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The perfection score measures how much of the game content you've completed. Achieving a perfection of 100% unlocks extra endgame content.

Perfection system

Main article: Qi's Walnut Room#Perfection Tracker

The "Perfection Tracker" statue in Qi's Walnut Room on Ginger Island shows your current perfection value, which is the average score across these categories:

Name Requirement Total Required Percentage Breakdown
Produce & Forage Shipped Ship one of every crop and forage item. 100% 15%
Obelisks on Farm Build Earth Obelisk, Water Obelisk, Desert Obelisk, and Island Obelisk on the farm. 4 4%
Golden Clock on Farm Build Gold Clock on the farm. 1 10%
Monster Slayer Hero Complete all monster eradication goals for the Adventurer's Guild. 100% 10%
Great Friends Reach maximum hearts with every villager, including Kent, so a perfect score isn't possible in year one. Note:The "maximum hearts" for datable villagers is 8, and for non-datable villagers, 10 is the max. If the player has children, their friendship status does not affect the score. 100% 11%
Farmer Level Reach level 10 in every skill. 25 5%
Found All Stardrops Find all Stardrops. 7 10%
Cooking Recipes Made Cook every recipe. 100% 10%
Crafting Recipes Made Craft all items. 100% 10%
Fish Caught Catch every fish. That includes legendary fish, but not the quest fish for the "Extended Family" Qi quest. 100% 10%
Golden Walnuts found Find all Golden Walnuts on Ginger Island. 130 5%

Unlocked content

Reaching a perfection score of 100% unlocks additional endgame content the next day. That includes...


  • 1.5: Added perfection system.