Players in Stardew Valley will boost their farm and earn money in a variety of ways. When they engage in more in-game activities, all of these items can be changed using the game’s skill leveling system.
Aside from planting, one of the first skills that players in Stardew Valley can use is foraging. This ability is dependent on and improves collecting forage products and cutting down trees all over the world.
Players will finally be able to choose between two careers as their foraging ability improves. Forester and gatherer are the two occupations available. Each of them has their own set of advantages that can aid players as they progress through the game, and both of them can branch out into even more careers.
When players reach level five in foraging in Stardew Valley, they may choose to become a Forester. Chopping down trees, stumps, and logs will give players 25% more wood if they choose it. This is especially useful when trees are scarce and players need a large amount of wood for crafting or constructing farm structures.
Players who select the Forester career and reach level ten in foraging will be given the option to choose from two additional professions. These are the tasks of a Lumberjack and a Tapper. The Lumberjack profession increases the probability of hardwood production from any tree players cut down, while the Tapper profession increases the value of syrups sold by 25%.
The extra wood is a significant benefit of the Forester profession. It adds up over time, giving players more access to a valuable resource. Forester is recommended for this reason alone, but having later access to the Lumberjack career often helps with obtaining the precious hardwood.
When players reach foraging level five, they have the choice of choosing the Gatherer career. Any foraged item picked up by players has a 20% chance of being doubled when they use this career.
At foraging level ten, this career, like the previous one, offers players two more profession choices. Botanist and Tracker are the two options. Botanist ensures that foraged items are always of the highest quality, while Tracker provides players with tracking arrows that show every forage spot.
Though not as highly recommended as Forester, the Tracker career can be useful for players attempting to complete the museum. This is due to the fact that this career also keeps track of artifact locations.