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Birthday: N/A
Lives In: The Mountain
Address: Adventurer's Guild
Marriage: No
Best Gifts: N/A
“I'd like to talk about the famous Adventurer's Guild near Pelican Town. The guild leader, Marlon, has a nice rewards program for anyone brave enough to slay monsters in the local caves. Adventurers will receive powerful items in exchange for slaying large quantities of monsters. There's a poster on the wall with more details. Very cool!”
Livin' Off The Land

Marlon is a villager who lives in the Adventurer's Guild north of Pelican Town. He will buy any monster drops you get in the mines at the counter inside the guild.

Players meet him the first time they enter the mines. He gifts them a sword, and instructs them to descend into the mines exploring. Players must first complete the quest to kill ten slimes before being allowed admittance to the Adventurer's Guild.

After purchasing the Slime Hutch, Marlon will visit the player, providing them with a Slime Egg to start breeding slimes.


The Adventurer's Guild is open from 2pm-10pm. While it's open, Marlon can be found inside at the counter. He never leaves his spot behind the counter except to go to town Festivals.


Marlon lives in the Adventurer's Guild with Gil, who can usually be found rocking in his chair next to the counter Marlon works at.

Players cannot give gifts to raise friendship points with Marlon.


Egg Festival

“Even with my bad leg, I never miss a town festival.”

Flower Dance

“Marnie looks lovely today...”

The Luau

“I'll be back here by the trees... the air is a lot cooler.”

Stardew Valley Fair

“Clint's blades get sharper every year. So do his prices...”

Spirit's Eve

“Don't get too close to the cage.”

Festival of Ice

“Hey, good afternoon.”

Feast of the Winter Star

“Hey, good afternoon.”


  • Marlon lost his eye in the mines.
  • During the Egg Festival, Marlon says that despite having a bad leg he never misses a town festival. However, he is not present at the Dance of the Moonlight Jellies, nor does he have any associated dialogue.
  • From his dialogue at the Flower Dance, Marlon seems to have a crush on Marnie. Outside of this, there are no other references to his relationships with the villagers,