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                     Lost In Blue 2 - Walkthrough/FAQ
                           Written by: Nephele
                         Email: nephfaqs@msn.com
                        Walkthrough Version: 2.0
                         Last Updated: 29/05/07
                          System(s): Nintendo DS
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Table of Contents
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1. Revision History
2. Copyright
3. Controls
4. General Tips and Hints
5. Walkthrough
6. Cooking & Recipes
7. Building
8. Battles
9. FAQs
10. Diving
11. Picture Book
12. Credits

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1. Revision History:
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May 27th 2007:
   - Version 1.0
May 29th 2007:
   - Added a Diving section and a Picture book section.
   - Editted the Lifeboat and Temple endings.
   - Editted the Gorilla section.
   - Added more FAQs.

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2. Copyright:
========================================

This walkthrough was created by me, Nephele, and is not to be reproduced or
editted in any way without my expressed permission. My guide was intended
for use by GameFAQs and Neoseeker; no other site or publication may copy it
in part or entirety. I'm not affiliated with Konami nor the team which
created Lost In Blue 2 in any way.

Any questions regarding my guide or the copyright details may be sent to me
at nephfaqs@msn.com.

Copyright (c) 2007 Katrina Steplewska. All Rights Reserved.

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3.Controls
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~ D-pad: Moves your character across the screen, allows you to toggle
through items in your inventory, allows you to select text during
special dialogues, and allows you to dodge left or right during battle.

~ A button: Allows you to dig for spices and worms, allows you to talk to
your partner, allows you to examine objects, and allows you to fire your bow
or thrust your spear during battle.

~ B button: Allows you to exit menus or screens.

~ X button: Allows you to view your menu, and allows you to view your spice
list in your inventory.

~ Y button: Allows you to take your partner's hand, to fish, to draw your
bow and arrow, and to push on objects.

~ L/R buttons: Toggle through character status, island view and area map.

~ Stylus: Allows you to examine objects, is used in cooking, used in spear
fishing, can be used to move your character, and is used in battle.

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4. General Tips and Hints
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~ Acquire a spear and traps as quickly as possible. Meat and fish fight
hunger better than vegetables.

~ Always carry a spare spear, as one may break on you during a crucial
moment.

~ Ask your partner how they are doing every day, as it raises your
relationship points and you may recieve useful information.

~ Always search for spices, since they increase the quality of your food
greatly.

~ Recipes fill your characters up more than simply tossing everything into
one mix.

~ Acquire the Oil Barrel as soon as possible, since it's extremely useful
for maintaining your partner's water level.

~ Carry at least 2 bottles with you when you are travelling with your
partner.

~ Wolves are an easy source of filling meat and useful materials.

~ Upgrade all your furniture; it makes surviving much easier.

~ You dont need to return to the same place your partner is in. If you go to
sleep in the cave while your partner is at a treehouse, (s)he will appear in
the cave with you in the morning.

~ Don't talk to the gorilla until you speak to the dying man, as you will
lose the opportunity for the radio ending if you do.

~ Packed lunches help keep your partner alive while you are away.

~ Always inform your partner if you are planning to be away for a long time.
They will take better care of themselves while you are gone.

~ The hotspring is a godsend when returning tired from the temple. Rest 
there
if you are low on energy, as it may save your life.

~ Check as many areas as you can after a Tsunami, you may find rare and
useful things.

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5. Walkthrough
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***************
Getting Started
***************

The game begins with a cutscene showing your character on the ship which is
sinking. After a short scene, you get the option of selecting three places
to search for something to take with. It doesn't matter which you select,
because what you find is randomly placed. You can either find a bottle, 
nothing
or a lifesaver. You regain control of you character after they have washed 
up on
shore and your first order of business is to look for other survivors. Move 
your
character to the right along the beach until you find the other main 
character.
After a short dialogue, you should now be holding your partner's hand. Guide
them North and a little East until you come across a mushroom. After the
cutscene, move to the right of the screen until you find a river. There
should be a rocky shore that you and your partner can drink water at.

After this is done, head to the left and up the hill until another cutscene
ensues (Women are always right, no ifs, no buts). Once this cutscene ends
you should find yourself inside the cave. At this point the two characters
decide to search for firewood. If you are playing as Amy, you will exit and
search for firewood. You can find twigs and bark beneath the trees close to
the cave. If you feel like it, you can forage close to the beach to find
coconuts and a little north of the beach to find mushrooms. There are also
seaweeds and clams to be found on the beach. If you are playing as Jack,
you get to watch an elongated cutscene of Jack lounging around while Amy
does the searching for you. Once she returns she hands you the firewood.
Once you have obtained the firewood as either character, enter your menu
screen (X button) and scroll down to the "Make Item" option.

Combine a twig and bark together to create a Fire Starter. Return to the pit
at the center of the cave and hit the A button while facing it to make a
fire (See "Making a Fire" in the Mini Game section). Once the fire is
started, the two characters introduce themselves. The characters decide they
are hungry. If you are playing as Jack, Amy will inform you she picked up
some edible things while she was getting the twig and bark. If you are
playing as Amy, you get the opportunity to run out and look for food. Once
you are set to cook, your character picks the large rock in the top left
hand corner of the cave to cook in (See the "Cooking" section of the
walkthrough to learn how to cook). Once you finish cooking, you'll enter the
eating cutscene followed by some dialogue. Your characters will decide to
get some shut eye after eating and once they fall asleep, you will be given
the opportunity to save.

After your people wake up, you have the opportunity to start exploring on
your own. Your first order of business is to make sure your partner doesn't
starve or freeze to death. Take your partner by the hand and lead him/her
back to the river bed to get hydrated. You'll encounter some small
explanatory cutscenes about what you can find. Once you've drank your fill,
run back up the hill and to south of your cave to find some twigs to pick up
for your fire. Return to your cave; a short cutscene of your characters
complaining about the fire ensues. Congratulations! You can now stack a
supply of firewood for your cave. Drop the firewood you have found into the
stack (Note: you need one twig in your inventory in order to restart the
fire). Restart the fire so that your partner can stay there comfortably.

Once you're done, move to the left of the firewood stack and you should see
a cutscene which will allow you to use the shelf (This shelf can be upgraded
at a later stage to increase storage space). Exit the cave alone once you're
done (You may wish to ask your partner to collect firewood or food while
you're away if you wish, however they may resent you for this if they are
tired or hungry). Move to the left of the cave until you see some platforms.
Approaching them allows you to view a short cutscene where you character
decides that (s)he can climb up the platforms. Walk up to the first platform
and hit the "A" button. Move to the left and find another platform to climb
up upon. Note the log in the upper left hand corner of the screen, atop a
high cliff. Move south down the screen past the rock to your right and all
the way south until the path loops around and up. Continue following the
path North until you re-encounter the log.

A short cutscene ensues after which you should be standing beside the log.
Walk up to it and hit the "A" button to push it down. Take note of the cave
you see; you will be returning here later. Forage some wood and food for you
and your partner. You may wish to take a day or two to get accustomed to the
general gameplay before moving on. Once you are ready to venture deeper into
the island, carry on to the next section.

***************
Beach 2
***************

You'll be gone for a little while so if you have a bottle, be sure to fill
it and leave it on the shelf for your partner. You may wish to leave some
coconuts as well. Exit your cave and climb up the platforms to the left (Now
you can use the log you pushed as a shortcut), and enter the cave. Straight
ahead of where you enter this new area (hereafter refered to as Beach 2) you
will find some raspberries and twigs under a tree. Pick some of these if you
wish to have some provisions for your character. Once you're ready, move to
the southwest corner of the area.

You should receive a cutscene after which you can jump across the river via
the step stones by hitting the "A" button. Once on the other side, head
south. Beneath the first tree you encounter you should find a stick. Pick
the stick up; now you can make a spear! Enter your menu and select Make
Item. A spear icon should now be available. If you have already picked up a
rock, you may sharpen this to use as the tip of your spear. If you have
not, simply select the stick in order to make a spear.

Once it's made, enter your inventory and select the spear to equip it. Now
you are able to spear fish to eat, which should allow you to maintain your
hunger levels much better (See the "Fishing" section of the game for a
complete list of fish and where to fish them). Move further south until you
hit the beach. If you wish, fish a little here. Once you're satisfied, move
to the left a little and then north to find some carrots. To dig a carrot
up, stand over the carrot so that your character has "carrot" in a thought
bubble above their head. Hit the "A" button and you will be taken to a
digging screen. Move your stylus over the carrot until you have uncovered
it. Once it is sufficiently uncovered, it will be put in your inventory and
you will be returned to the game.

Explore around this area some more to find more carrots and possibly another
stick. Run Northeast until you find a pasage way north. Follow it along to
receive a small cutscene of your character experiencing high anxiety while
looking down into a crevass. Keep moving north to find some platforms.
Follow the platforms along to discover another log to push. Now you have a
shortcut to carrots if you desire them.

***************
Teamwork
***************

On the far left side of Beach 2 you will find another series of platforms
you can climb. Climb up them and navigate your way around, taking a left at
the first fork. At the second fork, take a right and follow the series of
platforms across until you push down a log. Now you can reach the second
cave (which is coming up) by simply going north after crossing the step
stone river. Go back all the way to the fork and this time take a left.
Follow the path along until you reach a cave. Your character will notice
there is a large boulder in the way which (s)he cannot move alone. Head back
to the cave and when you and your partner have enough energy head back to
the rock. You'll enter a cutscene where the pair move the rock together.

After they are done, they will return to the cave (Note: If you are playing
as Jack, an additional cutscene of Amy losing her necklace will play out.
When you wake up the next morning, Amy begins to cry due to the stress and
frustration she has been experiencing over the past few days. Jack, wanting
to cheer her up, decides to make her a necklace to replace the one she has
lost. You will gain the possibility to make an accessory at this point). If
you are playing as Amy the next morning Jack will run off angry and
disappear for the day. Amy decides to make him a necklace to cheer him up.
You will recieve the ability to make an accessory at this point.

***************
Cavern and Beach 3
***************

Once you are prepared, head back to the cave and enter it. Inside you'll
encounter a small cutscene and find a source of drinkable water. You'll find
this source very helpful in later parts of the game. Carry on through the
cave and exit to Beach 3. As you exit, you'll see a cutscene where you
experience your first earthquake. After this point, earthquakes will happen
periodically during your stay on the island. If this was not enough
excitement, you shall also spot your first wolf. From this point, if you
travel around this area at night time you will be confronted with wolves
(which may not be so bad. They are an easy source of valuable materials,
such as lard, fur and wolf meat). Muster up your courage and approach the
wolf and battle it! (See my section on Fighting for tips on defeating
enemies).

Sadly, this wolf is cheap and doesn't drop anything nice for defeating it.
Continue south down to the beach, where you will see the remains of your
poor sunken ship. Travel to the left after the cutscene to unearth a bottle
on the beach. You may now use this bottle to store water in for journeys or
to supply your partner with water. Once you find the bottle, head back up
where you found the wolf and head to the left. Your character will notice a
wild pig sniffing around. You do not yet have the means to capture it, so
continue up the ricks leading up the cliff. Once you get to the top, you'll
find a tiger guarding the passage to the next zone. You have no choice at
this point but to return home and hope he wont be there the next day. Head
back to the cave and tell on the big mean tiger to your partner. They come
up with the bright idea to create traps to capture animals.

The next morning when you wake up, your partner will run off depressed. Your
character will run out and try to look for your partner. You'll find
yourself at the start of Beach 2 and your partner will be under attack from
an alligator. You will have to battle it in order to save your partner. Once
you have chased the alligator off, the two of you will head back to the
cave. Upon entering the cave, you will be hit with another earthquake. After
the earthquake, there will be some discussion about the tiger you found
earlier.

***************
Discoveries
***************

Once you're ready to move out, head all the way back to where you found the
tiger (be sure to leave enough food and water to sustain your partner, it
may help to tell them you'll be gone for a while). The tiger will be gone
and you'll be able to proceed into the Jungle. While in the jungle, be sure
to collect at least one vine and one log. When you pick up a vine, you'll
learn how to make a bow, a fishing rod, and arrows. You'll also be able to
dig for worms in the same way you've been searching for spices. Run North at
the first crossroads until you encounter a log. Push the log you see
northwards until it rests against a wall. Climb up and pick up a Guava (this
fruit is essential in making a Fruit Salad - See the "Recipes" section).
Once you are satisfied, head back to the crossroads and take the eastern
road until you hit another log. Push this log North until it hits a wall,
climb up and take the platforms up on the left side, loop around and push
the log down.

You're done with this area for now. Head back down to the ground level and
continue to the right until you see a cutscene about the fruit. Continue
east until you enter the next area. Move south past the raspberries and pass
between two rocks. Move to the right to enter a bamboo grove. Pick up as
many green bamboo stems as you can possibly carry, as these will be your
best meal ticket for a long time. Once you are done with this, head back to
the jungle. Return to the crossroads and go north again (BEWARE: if it is
night time, you can and will be ambushed by wolves, sometimes up to three
one after the other. This is pretty dangerous if you aren't prepared, but an
excellent source of materials if you're ready for them). Keep pushing North
until you see a passageway into a new area and after a brief cutscene, jump
across the river and hug the river right to get to a riverbed.

In the riverbed you'll find something buried. Uncover it to discover a bowl.
Head up North while climbing some platforms until you reach a large tree.
Your character will consider building a treehouse here. Return to your cave
with the spoils you have found and prepare to be overwhelmed with how much
you can improve the quality of your living. You are now able to make the
following: Baskets can be woven by your partner, rope can be woven by your
partner; you can use said baskets to make small traps (lay one right outside
your cave - instant meat meals every day!). Rope can be woven by your
partner, you are able to make a larger shelf at long last, you now have a
work area inside your cave, you have the choice of either building beds for
you and your partner or to make a table to work and eat on, you can now make
soup, steamed food, and (if you have lard on you) deep fry things. After the
excitement of they day, you may retire and begin making provisions for your
next grand adventure!

***Note: At this point of the story, it may be wise to take time to upgrade
your situation. I advise to have all the furniture completed, the jerky
shelf completed, the tree house completed, a chicken and goat captured, the
barrel acquired and lots of food and provisions on hand. The next few
sections will require several days worth of travel both alone and with your
partner. Failure to prepare adequately will end in the characters' deaths***

***************
Into the Swamp
***************

Once you are prepared, head to the south entrance of the jungle, head right
on the crossroads and climb up the log you pushed earlier. Run forward and
climb up the second log you pushed over. Instead of climbing straight up,
walk to the right of the log and pull yourself up onto the ledge to the
right. Continue to the right until you run into the tiger again. This time
you can't run away, so prepare to battle the tiger. Once you have defeated
the tiger, it is safe to proceed onwards. Run up North and push the log down
off the ledge, then turn around and enter the swamp. After a short cutscene,
you will be trudging knee deep in the swamp (Note: You can only walk in this
swamp due to the viscosity of the swamp water). Continue right until you hit
a crossroad, taking the north fork and climb up onto the island.

Travel to the bottom of the island and push the log down into the swamp.
Logs act as make-shift bridges for this swamp, so you can now cross over the
gap that was there. Instead of dropping down onto the log, turn around and
head north and into the swamp again. Continue forward until you reach
another fork, then take the left arm and climb up onto the island. On the
right side of the island there is a log that you can push down. Drop down
onto the log and into the swamp North of the log. Head north a little to
meet an old friend... After having defeated the alligator, continue right
and climb onto the island to the right. Move down to the bottom left hand
corner of the island and push the log down. Continue South until you reach
the only island you can access, so climb up the ledge and continue south
until you see a log on the right hand side. As with all logs, push it into
the water.

Before dropping down, about face and find the log on the left side of the
island. Drop that one into the water, then go back to the log on the right.
Drop into the swamp north of the log and follow it across to a large island
with Taros growing on it. Continue north on this island until you reach a
HUGE log. Your character decides they will need aid in pushing this log down
into the water. Go back to the island where you pushed a log off of both
sides, drop down onto the log on the left side of the island and drop into
the swamp to the south of the log. Continue west and onto another island.
Travel to the far left side of the island to find another log that requires
2 people to push it. Return to your home base (cave or treehouse) and
prepare to take your partner through this dump.

***************
Into the Swamp 2
***************

Once you and your partner are adequately prepared, take your partner to the
swamp. Once you navigate back to the island with the two logs on either
side, take the log to the right first and push the large log on the island
off. Drop down onto the log and head North to enter the Lake area. The
characters decide they will need to build a raft in order to move forward.
Go back to the sawmp (yes, I know, but you must) and drop back into the
swamp. Head to the island directly west of the one you were on and climb
onto it. In the south end is another log to push. Now you have a viable
shortcut to the Lake. Once done with this, go back to the island with a log
on either side.

This time take the left log and return to the other large log that required
pushing. Push that log and follow the swamp first east then south to reach
a large island to the south. Exit into a new area. You exit onto the top of
a cliff in Beach 2. Push the log you see down to open up a new passage back
to your cave. At this point, I suggest regrouping at your cave (even if you
have a treehouse, the cave is a better option for now) and prepare for
tomorrow night when you'll try to take over the...lake...

***************
Row Your Boat
***************

The next goal is to build a raft to traverse the lake. To operate the raft
both characters must be present. However, I advise building the raft first
and then returning with adequate supplies at a later time to explore. The
raft requires 6 logs and 4m of rope to complete and is built in 3 parts. My
suggestion is to simply tote all 6 logs and the rope to the building site
and build it all in one go. Once you're ready, head back through to Beach 2
and up to the swamp and return to the raft building site (See "Raft 1" in
the building section of this walkthrough). After building the raft, I would
suggest going back home and preparing for a long trek together. You may wish
to pack lunches and maybe grab some jerky and bottled water before setting
out. Grab your partner and escort them back to your shiney new raft.

Once you are both on it, I suggest you hit the left shoulder button to
bring up your map. Paddle south to the beach on the crescent shaped island
and disembark. Run to the southernmost tip and push a boulder over into the
water. Return to your raft and paddle east, then North, until you hit a
beach on the right hand side. Run over to the right and climb up two
platforms to discover the hotspring. The hotspring will increase your
energy (which at this point should be very helpful). Climb back down to the
ground level and continue north. Avoid the tiger blocking the exit in the
north for now and instead continue left to the beach. Your characters will
be able to uncover a Flat Rock which allows you to Stir Fry.

Continue west and push the boulder at the end of the island. Once you are
feeling brave enough, walk up to the tiger and face him once more. Before
pressing on, return to the south bank and exit via the passage south. Make
your way down the platforms and exit via the south passage again. Move to
the west and push the block into the water. By now the place should be
looking familiar to you. Use the block to cross the river and to find
yourself back at your cave. Once you're inside, you'll feel another
earthquake and discuss the possibility of a volcanic eruption. Your
partner will also notice the necklace you gave them is missing. Rest up for
the day.

***************
Missing Necklace
***************

If you are playing as Amy, Jack will comment that he lost his necklace
while you were travelling. Take him by the hand and lead him across the
stepping stones in the river by your cave. Enter the next area. In the next
area, climb up the platforms to the right until you recieve a cutscene where
she finds the necklace.

If you are playing as Jack, he will comment that there are squirrel tracks
in the cave. Lay a small trap outside and capture a squirrel; you will find
the necklace with it. Return to the cave and give Amy her necklace back.

***************
Temple of Rooms
***************

Return to where you fought the tiger near the lake and enter the area to the
North. You will enter into a temple. After a short cutscene, run forward and
push the two red blocks two spaces forward each. A door should open; proceed
to the next room. Push the second black block from the bottom on the left 
side twiceNow push the bottom red block onto the red goal tile, then push 
the top red block onto the top red goal tile. Proceed to the next room. The 
next room is a little tricky. First off, leave Jack at the start of the 
level. The room should look something like this:

The trick in this room is to have the room do the work for you. Push the
first black block you see forward once. Run out to the ledge and jump North 
(yes, you can jump it, trust me). Move the black block ahead of you all the 
way to the right. Run around to the black block south of the goal tile and 
push it onto the goal tile. Then, move to the left side of this block and 
push it to the right. Run around to the red block there and push it to the 
nearby goal tile. Next, run down the path to move the red block south and 
climb onto it, drop down between the two red blocks and push the left red 
block out to the left. Climb onto this block and drop to the north of it. 
Now you can push it down and left onto the goal tile. Go back tonorth a 
little and jump over to the other side. Push the final tile into place and 
then back track all the way to your partner. Grab them by the hand and run 
back to the previous room. When you re-enter this room, you will notice that 
all the black blocks have been moved for you and you and your partner can 
just calmly pass by.

Next room you come across, immediately push the brown block forward until
it's against a wall. Climb up onto it and then onto the platform, then climb
down off the left side. Note the door to the left, you cannot open it yet.
Instead, continue North and over the platform...uh-oh...more blocks.
Thankfully, this is a simple one. Simply position yourself to the left of
the block and push it to the right until it reaches its goal tile. Use the
red block to climb onto, then continue onto the large boulder. Continue to
the platform north of the boulder and run North to find a red block. Push
the red block once to the left to open the door.

In the next room, climb up all the platforms then back down again. Push the
brown boxes north and out of the way. Then climb over one of the red boxes
and push it towards the center, get to the south end of it and push it
forward. Repeat this with the other box and then continue to the next room.

You're FINALLY done all the puzzle rooms...after a short cutscene, run to
the right of the room to find drinkable water. Through the door on the left
side of the room, you can get back to the start of the temple (but of
course that door couldn't have been open when we got here -_- that would've
been too easy!). Regroup at your cave before going North, because the next
area will need a lot of exploring.

***************
Groundbreaking
***************

Once you're ready, head back to the temple and exit on the North side.
After a little spat, you will emerge into a field. Travel Northeast to find
a beach with a lifeboat on it. After viewing the cutscene, travel to the
westmost point of the field to find another tree, where you can build a
treehouse. Next, head back home for some rest.

Take the long route through the temple, and when you're in the last room,
you'll experience a very strong earthquake. Continue to Beach 4 to notice
that the earthquake pushed the raft back into the ocean. Head back through
the temple the long way to notice that the door that was broken now is
gone. Go through and find....more blocks to push! Climb up the box to the
north, onto the platform, then drop down north onto another box and then
drop to the left. Carry on left and jump into the gap between the black
boxes. Push the top black box upwards and then move to the left and climb
over the red block.

Push the black block to the left of the red block up one, then climb back
over to the north side of the red block. Next, push the red block down one
square, then climb over it and drop down to the right side of the red box.
Push the red block once to the left, then climb back over to the north
side. Push the red block downwards until it is on top of the goal tile. In
the next room you'll view a sad scene with a fellow survivor. (If you have
Mugwort on you he'll live longer) Continue left through a series of rooms
until you exit out to another area. Climb to the very pinnacle of the 
mountain
on the left hand side. After all your adventures, go tell your partner what 
has
transpired.

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Underground Lake
***************

Note: This is not essential to the game, however you can fish for some very
rare and tastey fish here.

Head to Beach 2, going to the far left side and wait for the tide to go
down. Once it's sufficiently down, cross to the other side and enter the
doorway at the end of the pathway. Inside you will find an undergroud
complex. Enter the east most door first. Huzzah! More blocks...and here we
thought we were done with them. Push the first block you encounter up one
space, then move down to the bottom right hand coner of your platform and
jump across to the one on the right. Push this block one down and one to the
left. Jump south again and climb over to the left side of the block and push
it to the right once. Jump to the North platform again, then jump across to
the right onto a little platform, and then right again onto a larger
platform. Jump to the right one last time to end up on a box. Jump North
from the box and push the block you see one forward and one to the right.

Jump across to the platform on the left, then follow the platform along and
push the block north one square. Climb up onto the block and drop down on
the left side. Push the block off the edge of the platform onto the pink
tile below. Jump to the North platform and continue through the door. You'll
find an underground lake with some tastey fish in it. Exit through the
southern door closest to the lake and go to the left most door. In this
room, go north and push the block one to the right. Afterwards, go to the
southwestern corner of the room and push the block one ot the left. Go to
the north western corner of the room and push the second block from the top
on the right side inwards twice. Move north and push the red block one to
the left. Move to the southeastern corner of the room, then push the second
block from the bottom on the left side in twice, and move south and push the
red block one to the right. You now have uncovered the underground lake.
Some of the best fish come from here.

***************
Ending: The Lifeboat
***************

Head to Beach 3 and your character will find the raft you saw at Beach 4.
Run back to your home and tell your partner. Make sure you have Map A
(obtained from diving in Beach 4), and an inexorable amount of food (10
packed lunches and 4 bottles of water worked for me) Grab your partner
and run out to the raft, and if you're ready, hop on.

***************
Ending: The Radio
***************

Head to the south Jungle entrance. Run to the first fork and take a right,
as if going to the swamp. Climb up the log and then go straight ahead and
climb the second log. Climb up the ledge to the right of the log, then run
up North and drop down onto the log to the left. Follow the path until you
see a gorilla. If you are playing as Amy, you will be able to befriend the
gorrilla by yourself. If you are playing as Jack, you need to have Amy tag
along. Talk to the gorilla and he will want something from you. If he has 
an exclamation mark over his head, give him a necklace. If he has a green 
cursor over his head, give him a banana. If he has a blue cursor, give him 
a coconut or water.After that, he will grunt and you have to imitate him.

Come back and do this for 4 consecutive days. On the fifth day, you will
recieve a radio. Once you have obtained the radio, go back to the room you
found the dying man in the temple and go through the passages to the left
to reach the mountain again. Climb to the highest point, and here, your
character will Radio for help. When they ask you where you are, say
"Volcano". You and your partner will be rescued.

***************
Ending: The Raft
***************

Take your character to the volcano (the cliff you climb after going left
past the dead guy) between 10:00 AM and 11:15 AM, as there is a boat that
swims past. Go back to the cave and inform your partner of your discovery.
Take your partner to Beach 4 and they'll decide to build the raft there
(See "Raft 2" in the building section of this walkthrough). Once you have
built the raft, take your partner with you and launch the raft between
10:00 AM and 11:15 AM.

***************
Ending: Helicopter
***************

Take your character to the volcano (the cliff you climb after going left
past the dead guy) at 5:00 PM, as there is a helicopter that flies by. Go
back and inform your partner of your discovery. The next day, get to the
same point with your partner, and have a fire starter, twigs and 2 logs.
The helicopter will see you and you will be rescued.

***************
Ending: The Pillars
***************

Grab a torch and one or two twigs and enter the ruins. There are 3 hidden
doorways that can be opened via holding a lit torch to a unlit light on the
wall.

(1) Ruins room with the drinkable water; go south of the pool of water and 
look on the right wall where the path turns to the left.
(2) Past the room with the dying man, take the lower passage to the left. 
Carry on left until you see another unlit lantern to the south.
(3) Carry on past lantern 2 going north, follow the path around and then 
North until you see the 3rd lantern to the right. Light that and go inside 
to find a pillar.

Once you discover the first torch, do not light it right away. Go back,
rest up and when you're ready, bring yourself, your partner, 2-3 torches
a bunch of twigs and perhaps a spare fire starter. Head back to the room
with the pillar. Make sure to have your room map set on your upper screen.
Light the first pillar and you should see another pillar marked on the above
map. Travel to the place specified on the map and light the next pillar and 
make sure you do this for all 5 pillars. REMEMBER YOU MUST LIGHT ALL 5 
PILLARS BEFORE 6:00 PM. The locations for the pillars are:

(1) Inside the ruins past the dying man.
(2) Inside the ruins near the north exit in a hidden room south of a water 
pool.
(3) In the south of the center island of the inland lake.
(4) On an island near the North east part of the swamp.
(5) The last pillar is tricky. It is located in an area in the jungle which 
has been inaccessable until now. Take your partner, supplies (torch, twigs, 
fire starter) to the bottom right hand corner of the jungle. If you are 
playing as Amy, bring along 9m of rope and if you are playing as Jack, 
bring a bow and arrows.

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6. Cooking & Recipe Guide
========================================

There are 6 forms of cooking in Lost In Blue 2: Cutting, Grilling,
Soup-making, Steaming, Deep Frying, Stir Frying. Each method of cooking
will require you to do a different mini-game, with recipes demanding as
many as 3 different methods of cooking for one recipe.

***************
Cutting
***************

When you choose to cut something, the mini-game involved requires you to
move your stylus in vertical motions across the lower screen of your DS.
For maximum success, move the stylus up and down on the screen as rapidly
as possible, being sure to cover the entirety of the displayed food with
slices.

***************
Grilling
***************

When you choose to grill a foodstuff, the minigame involved requires you to
draw tight, clockwise circles around the pieces of food you are grilling.
The time you take to flip over all the food pieces depends on what you are
cooking. For vegetables, I would reccomend roughly 4-5 seconds maximum
cooking time, for fish and seafood, no longer than 10 seconds, and for
meats, no longer than 15 seconds.

***************
Soup-making
***************

When you make soup, the mini-game requires you to stir the soup clockwise
for a set period of time. Place your stylus on the outer portion of the
soup and stir at a deliberate speed, being careful not to spill the soup
by moving the stylus outside the rim of the soup.

***************
Steaming
***************

When you steam a food, the mini game involved requires you to blow into the
microphone of your DS. Time your blowing so that the blue cursor on the
right hand side of the screen remains at the top part of the blue box on the
meter. If your cursor ventures higher than the blue box, you burn your food,
and if it ventures lower, then your food is undercooked.

***************
Deep Frying:
***************

When you deep fry food, the mini game involved requires you to touch pieces
of food in a certain order specified at the beginning of the mini game to
remove them from the oil. The speed at which you remove the food depends on
the type of food cooked. If you are making vegetables, (tempura, fries)
then it is best to remove all the vegetables before the 6 second mark. If
you are cooking seafood or meat, it is safe to leave them in up to the 10
second mark.

***************
Stir-Frying
***************

Similar to cutting, Stir Frying requires you to move your stylus diagonally
across the screen as rapidly as possible. If you take too long to stir the
food sufficiently, it will be burnt. The game ends when you have stirred
enough.

***************
Recipes
***************

~ Egg Salad: It would sure be nice between two slices of bread, but it's
pretty good on it's own.
Ingredients: Egg, Salt, Pepper (Cut).

~ Radish Salad: A little spicy, but has a refreshing taste.
Ingredients: Radish, Rock Salt, Blue Seed (Cut).

~ Burdock Root Salad: The crunchy texture makes it taste great.
Ingredients: Burdock, Purple Bean, Chilli (Cut).

~ Seaweed Salad: It's easy to make, healthy, and tastes good.
Ingredients: Seaweed, Purple Bean, Blue Seed (Cut).

~ Sea Bass Sashimi: Preparing the fish just right isn't easy, but it's
delicious.
Ingredients: Sea Bass, Chives, Blue Seed, Purple Bean (Cut).

~ Sashimi Platter: Many different types of fish were used to make this
gorgeous variety of sashimi.
Ingredients: Various fish, Purple Bean, Chives (Cut).

~ Fruit Platter: A tropical dessert made up of various fruits, most commonly
found in warm, southern countries.
Ingredients: Guava, Passion Fruit, Other Fruits, Sap Drop (Cut).

~ Baked Potato: Very easy to make. All you have to do is bake it and
sprinkle a little salt on top.
Ingredients: Potato, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Grill).

~ Grilled Sweetfish: It's a very simple recipe, but this is how Sweetfish is
meant to be cooked.
Ingredients: Sweetfish, Rock Salt (Grill).

~ Grilled Clam: If the ingredients are good, baking it brings out plenty of
flavour.
Ingredients: Clam, Purple Bean (Grill).

~ Grilled Chicken: Healthy, with just a tiny bit of oil.
Ingredients: Chicken Meat**, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Grill).
** Pigeon and Duck meat work too.

~ Grilled Salmon: Pink Salmon; even the skin tastes good.
Ingredients: Salmon, Rock Salt, Purple Bean (Grill).

~ Grilled Masu Salmon: An all-time favourite when made with freshly caught
fish.
Ingredients: Masu Salmon, Rock Salt (Grill).

~ Butter Grilled Trout: The buttery smell from this dish makes my mouth
water.
Ingredients: Rainbow Trout, Onion, Rock Salt, Brown Seed (Grill).

~ Masu Salmon Skewer: Put a slice of salmon on a skewer and roast it 
lightly.
This brings out the true flavour of each ingredient.
Ingredients: Masu Salmon, Carrot, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Grill).

~ Sauteed Wolf: Even when cooked thoroughly over a flame, the meat stays
juicy and delicious.
Ingredients: Wolf Meat, Milk, Carrot, Brown Seed (Grill).

~ Tropical Fried Pork: A tropical island recipe. Tangy acids from the
pineapple tenderize the meat.
Ingredients: Boar meat, Pineapple, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Stir-Fry).

~ Pan-fried Flatfish: Flatfish is a very popular french dish.
Ingredients: Flatfish, Brown Seed, Pepper Seed (Stir-Fry).

~ Crab Omelette: Maybe combining crab with egg will taste like Chinese food.
Ingredients: Crab, Egg, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Stir-Fry)

~ Italian Omelette: Very filling.
Ingredients: Potato, Onion, Egg, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Stir-Fry).

~ Butter Fried Clam: Stir-fry it with the shell on. Also good as soup.
Ingredients: Short Neck, Rock Salt, Brown Seed (Stir-Fry).

~ Burdock Root: The seasoning is the hard part.
Ingredients: Burdock, Carrot, Purple Bean, Tree Sap (Stir-Fry).

~ Eggs Sunny Side Up: How would you like them?
Ingredients: Egg, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Stir-Fry).

~ Rainbow Trout Sautee: Tastes a little like top of the line french cuisine.
Ingredients: Rainbow Trout, Carrot, Potato, Brown Seed, Pepper Seed
(Stir-Fry).

~ Pan Fried Sea Bass: The sweet, yet sour taste of Passion fruit is what
gives this dish life.
Ingredients: Sea Bass, Carrot, Potato, Passion Fruit, Brown Seed, Pepper
Seed (Stir-Fry).

~ Boiled Pork Salad: Tastes suprisingly fresh. It's even delicious when I'm
not hungry.
Ingredients: Boar meat, Vegetable, Purple Bean, Blue Seed (Boil).

~ Clam Chowder: Have to catch a lot of clams to make this.
Ingredients: Clam, Milk, Onion, Yellow Bud, Rock Salt (Boil).

~ Meat and Potato Stew: It's difficult to make this taste just right.
Ingredients: Meat, Potato, Carrot, Purple Bean, Tree Sap Drop (Boil).

~ Pot-au-feu: Stewed meat and vegetables. Traditional french dish.
Ingredients: Boar meat, Potato, Onion, Carrot, Yellow Bud, Rock Salt
(Boil).

~ Sardine Soup: Soup made with sardine dumplings.
Ingredients: Sardine, Chives, Purple Bean, Pepper Seed (Boil).

~ Onion Soup: A lot of onions, full of nutrition.
Ingredients: Onion, Carrot, Yellow Bud, Rock Salt (Boil).

~ Pigeon Soup: I didn't expect this to taste so good, but it's delicious.
Ingredients: Pigeon meat, Chives, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Boil).

~ Duck Hot Pot: Duck meat goes well with green onions.
Ingredients: Duck meat, Chives, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Boil).

~ Boiled Egg: Easy and tastes good.
Ingredients: Egg, Rock Salt (Boil).

~ Salmon Hot Pot: Chives and Radishes will negate the fishy smell.
   Ingredients: Salmon, Chives, Carrot, Radish, Purple Bean, Rock Salt 
(Boil).

~ Raccoon Hot Pot: Traditional Japanese dish.
Ingredients: Raccoon meat, Carrot, Onion, Purple Bean, Rock Salt (Boil).

~ Pork Miso Soup: Nice to sip on a cold night. Warms up the body.
   Ingredients: Boar meat, Radish, Chives, Purple Bean, Rock Salt (Boil).

~ Deer Hot Pot: Now this is a man's meal! Eat well, be healthy.
Ingredients: Deer meat, Carrot, Burdock, Chives, Purple Bean, Rock Salt
(Boil).

~ Boiled Bamboo Shoot: Japanese home-style dish.
Ingredients: Bamboo Shoot, Carrot, Burdock, Chives, Purple Bean, Rock Salt
(Boil).

~ Cream Stew: Creamy stew warms you up from the inside out.
Ingredients: Meat, Milk, Carrot, Potato, Yellow Bud, Pepper Seed (Boil).

~ Fried Sillanginoid: Deep fry it and eat it, bones and all. The sweet
goodness melts in your mouth.
Ingredients: Sillanginoid, Rock Salt (Deep Fry).

~ Onion Rings: Cook well for a sweet and delicious treat.
Ingredients: Onion, Rock Salt (Deep Fry).

~ French Fries: Everybody loves french fries! An easy and tastey snack.
Ingredients: Potato, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Deep Fry).

~ Fried Oyster: I'm a little iffy about trying this raw.
Ingredients: Oyster, Rock Salt (Deep Fry).

~ Deep Fried Chicken: Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside.
Ingredients: Chicken, Purple Bean, Rock Salt (Deep Fry).

~ Mixed Tempura: Full of vegetables, crispy and delicious!
Ingredients: Potato, Burdock, Carrot, Rock Salt (Deep Fry).

~ Potato Salad: Mayo would be nice, but it is still tastey with salt and
pepper.
Ingredients: Potato, Carrot, Rock Salt, Pepper Seed (Steam).

~ Steamed Crab: Crab is delicious when steamed.
Ingredients: Crab, Purple Bean (Steam).

~ Egg Hotchpotch: Very nice dish with a delicate taste.
Ingredients: Chicken meat, mushroom, egg, Purple Bean, Rock Salt (Steam).

~ Steamed Sea Urchin: This would go great with rice if we had some.
Ingredients: Sea Urchin, Purple Bean (Steam).

~ Custard Pudding: A sweet dessert to top off an excellent meal. Sure to 
bring
a smile on your face!
Ingredients: Egg, Tree Sap Drop, Brown Seed (Steam).

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7. Building Guide
========================================

There are many things you can build in Lost In Blue 2 that make your life
easier. The building minigame works as follows:

- Firstly, you may have to "chop" pieces of wood by running your stylus
along certain designated areas
- Secondly, you have to piece the furniture together by first rotating the
piece until it fits into the rest of the frame.
- Finally, you will need to nail the furniture down by tapping the stylus
down on the screen on top of two moving cursors when they overlap.

Here are the ingredients needed for all the things that can be built:

***************
Table
***************

Stage 1:
   - Log x 1
   - Rope x 2

Stage 2:
   - Log x 1
   - Rope x 2

Stage 3:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 2

Stage 4:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 2

Stage 5:
    - Log x 2
    - Rope x 2
    - Fur x 3

Total:
   - Log x 8
   - Rope x 10
   - Fur x 3

***************
Shelf
***************

Stage 1:
   - Log x 1
   - Rope x 1

Stage 2:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 2

Stage 3:
   - Log x 4
   - Rope x 3

Total:
   - Log x7
   - Rope x 6

***************
Bed
***************

Stage 1:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 1
   - Leaf x 6

Stage 2:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 2
   - Leaf x 6

Stage 3:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 3
   - Fur x 4

Total:
   - Log x 6
   - Rope x 6
   - Leaf x 12
   - Fur x 4

***************
Jerky Shelf
***************

Stage 1:
   - Log x 1
   - Rope x 1

***************
Treehouse
***************

Stage 1:
   - Log x 4
   - Rope x 4

Stage 2:
   - Log x 4
   - Rope x 4

Stage 3:
   - Log x 4
   - Rope x 4

Stage 4:
   - Log x 4
   - Rope x 4

Stage 5:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3

Stage 6:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3

Stage 7:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3
   - Leaf x 10

Total:
   - Log x 25
   - Rope x 25
   - Leaf x 10

***************
Raft 1
***************

Stage 1:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 1

Stage 2:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 1

Stage 3:
   - Log x 2
   - Rope x 2

Total:
   - Log x 6
   - Rope x 4

***************
Raft 2
***************

Stage 1:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3

Stage 2:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3

Stage 3:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3

Stage 4:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3

Stage 5:
   - Log x 3
   - Rope x 3
   - Fur x 6

Total:
   - Log x 15
   - Rope x 15
   - Fur x 6

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8. Battle Guide
========================================

There are many foes that you face in the Lost In Blue world, and the same
basic system applies to all of them.

In the battle screen, you face your opponent dead on with an arrow pointing
left or right in their respective sides of the screen. When the animal you
are fighting strikes, you can dodge out of range and counter. Unless you
have a bow and arrow, this is the only way to inflict damage upon your
enemy. If you do have a bow and arrow, then you can simply shoot at your
opponent from a distance. The quality of your weapon will affect how much
damage you can inflict on your opponent and will also determine if the
weapon will break after combat. For example, the weakest weapon available
(with the exeception of your fists) is Bamboo Spear A. As a rule of thumb,
all bamboo weaponry is generally weaker than the wooden ones. However, some
overlap occurs as a Bamboo Spear C with a Bone Spearhead will certainly be a
better weapon than a plain Wooden Spear A. The strongest, most damaging
spear is naturally an Iron Spear.

All opponents do a fairly clear wind up move before attacking, and upon
seeing it, tap either the left or right arrow on the DS screen with your
stylus or tap left or right on your D-Pad to dodge. Once you have
successfully dodged the attack, tap your opponent with your stylus to
attack, or hit the A button. If you are using the bow and arrow, hit the A
button to fire arrows regardless of your position with respect to the
opponent.

Some enemies will be tougher than others. Wolves are fairly weak; you may
even wish to dispatch them with your fists. Alligators are quite hardy
beasts, as they have a lot of defense and are best poked with an Iron
Spear. Tigers are the hardest of enemies; they will sometimes swipe to
either side of them upon attacking, and if you happen to be on that side
when you dodge, you'll promptly be whacked and be unable to deliver an
attack for that round. Iron Spears or Bow and Arrow are best for this
beast.

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9. FAQs
========================================

Q: I can't catch a goat, or any other animal in the savannah...they never
seem to appear?
A: Are you currently residing in the tree house? If you are, that would
be the explanation. Large game tends to shy away from the savannah if you
are living there.

Q: I can't find the Oil Drum!! Please help!
A: This is a common problem for LIB2 players. Firstly, you must be after
your first Tsunami. Wait for another one to strike and the next day, head
out to Beach 3. Collect all the items on the Beach (including the coconuts
nearby). You don't need to keep all this, but be sure to pick up
everything. After that, exit the area (entering your inventory is not
enough) and then return to Beach 3 and it should be there. If it isn't,
then come back the next day to find it waiting for you.

Q: I took my partner to the tree house, but (s)he won't inhabit it, (s)he
acts as if they were outside.
A: Your partner won't recognize any new dwelling as a dwelling until you
have spent the night there.

Q: How do I capture large game?
A: Firstly, make a large trap (1 stick + 1 vine), grab a bow and arrows
and head out to the jungle or savannah. Once you have spotted an animal,
approach it carefully, being sure to give it room. If you get too close, it
will get frightened and run away. Animals generally move in a large circle
if left alone; so stand back and observe their movement pattern until you
are certain of where they will move next. Lay the trap and wait for the
animal to fall into it (you can only place an individual trap once, so be
sure before you lay it). Once the animal is caught, run close to it and hit
the "Y" button with the bow equipped to enter the shooting mode. Once in
this mode, fire away at the animal until it dies. Congratulations! You have
caught your first big game.

Q: Why is my partner always angry at me?
A: What you say in dialogues has impact on your relationship and so does
making sure that your partner is fed, warm and has enough to drink. Asking
your partner to gather food or supplies early on in the game will have a
negative impact on your relationship. Until you are able to make accessories
for your partner, tough it out and bring firewood, food and water back to
your cave yourself.

Q: Which mushrooms are safe to eat?
A: Each game is different, so you'll have to experiment.

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10. Diving
========================================

Once you arrive at Beach 4, head to the far north end of the beach during
low tide. You'll be able to cross onto a rock in the middle of the water and 
you will acquire the possibility of diving. Diving itself is fairly tricky,
it requires you to draw upside down "U"s in order to progress through the
water. If you stop drawing the "U"s your character will begin to float back 
to the top. Resist the temptation to make the "U"s as quickly as possible. A 
deliberate, slow pace is the best way to go. Every so often, once you've dove 
down enough, you will see a "Hold Breath" arrow appear next to your air 
remaining icon at the bottom right hand corner of the screen. Touch this
icon and wait until the shark below you swims by before proceeding. Once you
have reached the 10m mark, you will be able to sift through the sand at the 
bottom of the ocean. Many things are to be found here including all sorts of 
shelled sea food, stones and most importantly...maps. There are 3 diving 
locations, each that contain a map you can unearth:

Map A: Beach 4.
Map B: Beach 3.
Map C: Beach 1.
Map D: From the Gorilla.

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11. Picture Book
========================================

***************
Tools
***************

1. Fire Starter:
   - Bark + Twig.
   - A very primitive tool that requires a lot of patience to use. Use both 
hands to start a fire by rubbing the stick against the wood to generate 
friction.

2. Fire Starter w/ Bow:
   - Bark + Twig + Bow (Wooden/Bamboo).
   - A more developed, useful tool for starting fires. Friction from the 
bowstring spinning a wooden stick will generate a fair amount of heat.

3. Bamboo Fishing Rod A:
   - Green Bamboo + Tree Vine + Sharpened Bone.
   - This fishing rod is a bamboo stick with a hook made of bone. A good 
pole helps with fishing, but skill is just as important.

4. Bamboo Fishing Rod B:
   - Green Bamboo + Tree Vine + Sharpened Stone.
   - This fishing rod is a bamboo stick with a hook made of stone. A good 
pole helps with fishing, but skill is just as important.

5. Wooden Fishing Rod A:
   - Stick + Tree Vine + Sharpened Bone.
   - This fishing rod is a wooden stick with a hook made of bone. A good 
pole helps with fishing, but skill is just as important.

6. Wooden Fishing Rod B:
   - Stick + Tree Vine + Sharpened Stone.
   - This fishing rod is a wooden stick with a hook made of stone. A good 
pole helps with fishing, but skill is just as important.

7. Wooden Bow:
   - Stick + Tree Vine.
   - This hunting bow is made of wood. When it comes to hunting, technique 
is just as important as the tool's efficiency.

8. Bamboo Bow:
   - Green Bamboo + Tree Vine.
   - This hunting bow is made of bamboo. When it comes to hunting, 
technique is just as important as the tool's efficiency.

9. Bamboo Arrows A [10]:
   - Green Bamboo + Sharpened Stone.
   - Arrows made of bamboo with stone tips. Use them when hunting with a 
bow. Hit rate is not very high. Each arrow can only be used once.

10. Bamboo Arrows B [10]:
   - Green Bamboo + Sharpened Stone + Feather.
   - Arrows made of bamboo with stone tips and feathered ends. Use them 
when hunting with a bow. Very accurate due to feathered ends. Each arrow 
can only be used once.
11. Bamboo Arrows C [10]
   - Green Bamboo + Sharpened Bone.
   - Arrow made of bamboo with bone tips. Use them when hunting with a 
bow. Hit rate is not very high. Each arrow can only be used once.

12. Bamboo Arrows D [10]:
   - Green Bamboo + Sharpened Bone + Feather.
   - Arrows made of bamboo with bone tips and feathered ends. Use them when 
hunting with a bow. Very accurate due to feathered ends. Each arrow 
can only be used once.

13. Wooden Arrows A [10]:
   - Twigs + Sharpened Bone.
   - Arrows made of wood with bone tips. Use them when hunting with a bow. 
Hit rate is not very high. Each arrow can only be used once.

14. Wooden Arrows B [10]:
   - Twigs + Sharpened Bone + Feather.
   - Arrows made of wood with bone tips and feathered ends. Use them when 
hunting with a bow. Very accurate due to feathered ends. Each arrow can 
only be used once.

15. Wooden Arrows C [10]:
   - Twigs + Sharpened Stone.   
   - Arrows made of wood with stone tips. Use them when hunting with a bow. 
Hit rate is not very high. Each arrow can only be used once.

16. Wooden Arrows D [10]:
   - Twigs + Sharpened Stone + Feather.
   - Arrows made of wood with stone tips and feathered ends. Use them when 
hunting with a bow. Very accurate due to feathered ends. Each arrow can only 
be used once.

17. Iron Arrows A [10]:
   - Iron Rod.
   - Arrows made of iron. Use them when hunting with a bow. Hit rate is not 
very high. Each arrow can only be used once.

18. Iron Arrows B [10]:
   - Iron Rod + Feather
   - Arrows made of iron with feathered tips. Use them when hunting with a 
bow. Very accurate due to feathered ends. Each arrow can only be used once.

19. Bamboo Spear A:
   - Green Bamboo.
   - The tip of this bamboo stick has been sharpened to use as a simple 
fishing spear. It's not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed, but remember, 
technique is also an important part of fishing.

20. Bamboo Spear B:
   - Green Bamboo + Sharpened Stone.
   - This spear has a bamboo shaft and a sharpened stone at the tip for a 
spearhead, but remember, technique is also an important part of fishing.

21. Bamboo Spear C:
   - Green Bamboo + Sharpened Bone.
   - This spear has a bamboo shaft and a sharpened bone at the tip for a 
spearhead, but remember, technique is also an important part of fishing.

22. Wooden Spear A:
   - Stick.
   - The tip of this wooden stick has been sharpened to use as a simple 
fishing spear. It's not exaclty the sharpest tool in the shed, remember, 
technique is also an important part of fishing.

23. Wooden Spear B:
   - Stick + Sharpened Stone.
   - This spear has a wooden shaft and a sharpened stone at the tip for a 
spearhead, but remember, technique is also an important part of fishing.

24. Wooden Spear C:
   - Stick + Sharpened Bone.
   - This spear has a wooden shaft and a sharpened bone at the tip for a 
spearhead, but remember, technique is also an important part of fishing.

25. Iron Spear:
   - Iron Rod.
   - The tip of this iron rod has been shaped to use a simple fishing spear. 
It's not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed, but remember, technique is 
also an important part of fishing.

26. Wooden Torch:
   - Stick + Lard.
   - A torch made of wood that I can carry about. Its flames are bright, but 
they don't last long.

27. Bamboo Torch:
   - Green Bamboo + Lard.
   - A torch made of bamboo that I can carry about. Its flames are bright, 
but they don't last long.

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Note: All lures except for the special lure can be made when you catch a 
fish in the lake at night. As for the special lure, apparently you have to 
catch 30 Arowana, Black Bass, and Striped Breakperch. If you don't want to 
go through the trouble, you can just complete the game with any ending and 
start serious survival, where you can make all lures from the start.
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28. Round Lure A:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Sure hope they're bitin' today!

29. Round Lure B:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Should work fairly well at the lake!

30. Round Lure C:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Should work especially well at the lake!

31. Thin Lure A:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Sure hope they're bitin' today!

32. Thin Lure B:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Should work fairly well at the river!

33. Thin Lure C:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Should work especially well at the river!

34. Long Lure A:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Sure hope they're bitin' today!

35. Long Lure B:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Should work fairly well at the ocean!

36. Long Lure C:
   - This lure was carved out of wood. Make it move just right to catch a 
rare fish. Should work especially well at the ocean!

37. Small Trap:
   - Basket + Twigs.
   - A trap woven from bamboo. I can capture small animals with this. It 
takes time to trap anything, so I'll have to check periodically. It's 
important to keep the animal from escaping the opening of the trap.

38. Large Trap:
   - Stick + Tree Vine.
   - Noose trap made from a vine. I can capture large animals with this. It 
takes time to trap anything, so I'll have to check periodically. It's 
important to keep the animal from escaping when releasing it from the trap.

39. Fish Trap:
   - Basket + Tree Vine.
   - A fish trap woven from bamboo to be set in the river. It takes time to 
capture fish, so I'll have to check back periodically.

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Materials
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1. Tree Vine:
   - Jungle.
   - A vine found in the jungle. Very durable and not easily cut. Makes 
great building material.

2. Tree Bark:
   - Near trees.
   - Thoroughly-dried tree bark. Needed to make a fire strater.

3. Leaf:
   - Near trees.
   - This leaf is large and durable, making it very hard to tear. An ideal 
material for making furniture exteriors.

4. Log:
   - Mostly in Jungle and Beaches.
   - I can use this as lumber. I'll need alot to make large furniture.

5. Stick:
   - Near trees.
   - Sturdy, wooden stick. Very useful material for creating tools. It 
would be a waste to burn.

6. Twigs:
   - Near trees.
   - These twigs are dry and pretty straight. They can be used for firewood 
or for making tools.

7. Large Bone:
   - After cooking a large animal, its bones will be on the floor.
   - We can get these from large animals. Used to make fishing hooks and 
weapons. Very light, and durable, giving it extra value for tool making.

8. Fur:
   - Obtained after killing a medium to large sized mammal.
   - I have to shoot large animals to get this. It's soft and warm, so 
I'll bet I can use it to make nice beds.

9. Stone:
   - Beaches.
   - This kind of stone is common and easy to find. They can be used to 
make fishing hooks and weapons.

10. Green Bamboo:
   - Bamboo Grove.
   - Straight and very flexible. It can be used as a stick, or split and 
made into baskets. Very useful material.

11. Feather:
   - Killing a bird.
   - A light, well-shaped bird's feather. Attaching feathers to the shaft 
of an arrow will make it fly straight and aim will improve considerably.

12. Lard:
   - Kill a large animal.
   - Lard obtained from hunting. Can be used as fuel or for deep frying 
food.

13. Sharpened Stone:
   - Sharpen a stone via the tool making menu.
   - A sharpened stone. Used to make items such as weapon tips and fishing 
hooks.

14. Sharpened Bone:
   - Sharpen a bone via the tool making menu.
   - A sharpened bone. Used to make items such as weapon tips and fishing 
hooks.

15. Basket:
   - Made by your partner by request when you bring bamboo home.
   - A basket made out of bamboo. It's essential for making a trap.

16. Iron Rod:
   - Found on Beaches after Tsunamis or by diving.
   - A straight, solid rod of iron. Great for making sturdy tools, but 
pretty hard to come by.

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Fish
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1. Abalone:
   - Diving.
   - A large one-sided clam found attached to rocks. It has a bumpy textured 
shell which is packed with meat. A delicacy with a wonderful crunchy texture.

2. Short-neck:
   - Mounds of sand on the beach.
   - The most commonly found clam along the beach. It makes the best tasting 
clam Chowder. You'll need milk, vegetables and spice in order to make it.

3. Clam:
   - Diving.
   - The meat is plump and fleshy. It's on the large side for a bivalve clam. 
It should be good either grilled or in a soup.

4. Scallop:
   - Beach 3 at low tide.
   - A large-sized clam, it lives deep in the ocean so it is hard to get to. 
The best chance to get them is when the tide ebbs. It's sull of nice juicy 
meat.

5. Oyster:
   - Beach 3 at low tide and diving.
   - It's supposedly called the "milk of the sea". Tasty and full of 
nutrients. I heard you can eat these raw, but are the ones on this island's 
okay? I don't want to get sick, so I'll cook them instead.

6. Freshwater Clam:
   - Mounds of sand on the beach.
   - You can find a lot of them where the river and ocean meet, It's a 
smaller-sized clam. It tastes good when made into soup. I wonder how many I 
need in order to be full?

7. Sea Weed:
   - Beaches.
   - Seaweed is washed ashore. A rather easy food supply to obtain. Full of 
fiber and minerals, it tastes good when added to soup.

8. Red Sea Urchin:
   - Diving.
   - Protected by countless prickly spines. Crack open its shell and eat it 
while it's fresh for a surprisingly delicious flavor. A true delicacy of the 
sea.

9. Mackerel:
    - Fish or Spear on Beach 2.
    - This fish doesn't have a strong pull, so it is a rather easy fishto 
catch. Tastes good when grilled or dried.

10. Striped Breakperch:
    - Fish at night on the right side of Beach 2.
    - A fish caught along the shore, which has a distinct white and black 
stripe and a strong pull.

11. Sillaginoid:
   - Fish on Beach 1, 2 or 3.
   - A commonly caught nice looking small fish. It has a tasty, light, 
delicate meat, which is good grilled or fried.

12. Balloon Fish:
   - Fish on Beach 1 or 2.
   - From the puffer fish family except without poison. It has a lot of 
spines, so it's tough to prepare and doesn't have much meat on it. Tastes 
good as soup.

13. Moray:
   - Fish on Beach 2 or 3.
   - It has jagged sharp teeth which can hurt you badly if bitten. Despite 
having a harsh and grotesque appearance, it has a light, delicate, tasty 
white meat.

14. Sardine:
   - Fish on Beach 2.
   - It swims in schools close to the surface. It doesn't have a strong pull 
so it's easy to catch. It doesn't fill you up, but it tastes good when 
dried.

15. Stingfish:
   - Fish on Beach 4.
   - A fish that lives near the shore who often nibbles at any bait. It has 
a large head, large mouth and buldging eyes, but it tastes good. The sting 
from its fin really hurts.

16. File Fish:
   - Fish on Beach 2 or 3.
   - It has a hard, rough skin so you need to skin it before preparing it. 
It has a light, delicate, tasty white meat. The liver tastes exceptionally 
good!

17. Flat Fish:
   - Fish on Beach 4.
   - It has a hard, rough skin so you need to skin it before preparing it. 
It has a light, delicate, tasty white meat. The liver tastes exceptionally 
good!

18. Sea Bream:
   - Right side of Beach 3.
   - A bright red colored prime grade fish. Makes you happy when it is 
caught. It tastes good in any dish, simmered or broiled.

19. Parrot Fish:
   - Fish on Beach 2 or 4.
   - A large colorful fish with a hard, strong beak. Sometimes it will cut 
the fishing line.

20. Black Nibbler:
   - Beach 2.
   - A fish known for its long tail which gets longer as it ages. The big 
ones have a strong pull, and often escape.

21. Yellowfin Goby:
   - 11:00 AM, south side of Beach 3.
   - A fish often caught near the river's mouth. Its protruding lower jaw 
comes in handy when digging a hole to lay eggs in.

22. Sea Bass:
   - Beach 4.
   - This fish is called by different names at different stages of its 
growth. A great catch when lure fishing.

23. Sweetfish:
   - River to the right of the cave before stepping stones.
   - It can only be caught in a clean river. It is said that if there are 
sweetfish in the river, then the river must be clean. Good to grill with 
salt!

24. Catfish:
   - Top right hand area of the lake.
   - Caught in the river. I guess it must live in the mud at the bottom 
because it has a funky smell. Great when fried.

25. Black Bass:
   - At night, in the field after the jungle, fish near the river's mouth.
   - This fish lives in calm, fresh waters. I think it eats small fish. 
It's meat is delicate and white.

26. Arowana:
   - In the Underground Lake, on the left side.
   - A large, ancient fish that lives in the river. I think it eats small 
fish. Large and filling, but doesn't taste so great.

27. Carp:
   - In the Underground Lake, in the middle.
   - Lives in calm fresh waters with little or no current. Need to clean 
off the mud or it smells funky. Should taste good boiled.

28. Eel:
   - Southern part of the lake.
   - This long, freshwater creature is easier to catch at night. Hard to 
grab because it's skin is slimy. Fatty and very good when skewer broiled. 
Highly nutritious.

29. Crucian:
   - Any lake or river.
   - This freshwater fish is relatively easy to catch. It's flat and has 
little meat. Not enough to ease my hunger.

30. Char:
   - Fish at the river near treehouse #1.
   - Normally hides in rocky areas of mountain streams, and is extra 
active on rainy days. Better to go out when it rains to catch these.

31. Salmon:
   - Middle part of the lake.
   - Relatively big fish that goes upstream to spawn. Meat has a nice pink 
color.

32. Masu Salmon:
   - Two screens to the left of the cave, there are stepping stones, on the 
third screen immediently spear fish to get this fish. You'll either obtain a 
Masu Salmon or a Crucian.
   - The Masu Salmon lives out its whole life in the river. Tastes great 
when grilled with salt.

33. Japanese Huchen:
   - Underground Lake, right hand side.
   - A phantom, giant freshwater fish that is very cautious and is seldom 
caught. Its main features include a big, long body and huge mouth.

34. Rainbow Trout:
   - Middle of the inland lake.
   - Known for the rainbow pattern running along its scales. A popular catch 
when lure fishing. Tastes great when pan-fried to a golden brown!

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Animals
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1. Hermit Crab:
   - Touch the floor on beaches for a chance to find it.
   - This strange little creature with a top shell can eventually be found in 
the beach when searching long enough. Getting it out of the shell is not an 
easy task, but it tastes great in soup.

2. Sand Crab:
   - Touch the floor on beaches for a chance to find it.
   - Small crab often found when searching the beach. Not much meat, but 
grind it up shell and all, then put it in soup for a treat.

3. Coconut Crab:
   - Touch the floor on beaches for a chance to find it.
   - A crab with big pincers which lives around the mangrove. Break its hard 
shell to eat the meat. It's delicious!!!

4. Tortoise:
   - Touch the ground in the jungle for a chance to find it.
   - A tortoise found in the jungle that moves slowly and is easy to catch. 
Now, how should we cook it? As soup? Or maybe roasted...

5. Lizard:
   - Touch the ground in the jungle for a chance to find it.
   - Reptiles that can be caught in the jungle. I can handle eating them now 
that we're out in the wild. It actually has a nice light taste.

6. Pit Viper:
   - When digging for vegetables, a "?" sometimes draws closer, poke it with 
your stylus to provoke it to attack.
   - A dangerous, poisonous snake. rarely attacks unless provoked, but its 
bite is very harmful.

7. Tarantula:
   - When digging for vegetables, a "?" sometimes draws closer, poke it with 
your stylus to provoke it to attack.
   - A large poisionous spider covered in hair. Looks quite dangerous at a 
glance, but its poison is actually not that harmful.

8. Boar:
   - Grasslands and Jungle.
   - Large animal found in the grasslands. It digs in the dirt searching for 
roots and bugs to live on. It's very strong and hard to bring down. A boar 
can be dangerous if you're not careful.

9. Duck
   - Small trap.
   - This water fowl can be found at the lake near the center of the island. 
Has only a little meat on it, but should be good simmered with vegetables as 
duck stew.

10. Deer:
   - Grasslands and Jungle.
   -  A large animal found in the grasslands. The male has anthlers on its 
head. Has a lot of meat on it.

11. Raccoon:
   - Grassland.
   - A cowardly animal that shows up in the grasslands every now and then. 
It's nocturnal, and seldom found during the day. A lot of meat in this one. 
Makes a great stew.

12. Chicken:
   - Small trap or hunted and grasslands.
   - Bird found in the grasslands with little meat on it. We can catch it 
with a trap, and if we take it back alive, it'll lay eggs every day. The eggs 
have good protien and can be used for various dishes.

13. Rabbit:
   - Small traps.
   - Lives in burrows out in the grasslands. The meat is very tender with a 
delicious light flavour.

14. Field Mouse:
   - Small traps
   - Set a trap in the grassy areas to catch one. Although there's not
much meat, it's tender and delicious. Even mouse meat is an important 
food
      source. I'll eat it to survive.
15. Pigeon
   - Small trap
   - An average bird found in wild grassy areas. It only has a little 
light-tasting meat on it. It's good roasted or boiled.

16. Goat:
   - Grassland.
   - Large animal found in the grasslands. If captured, it can be 
domesticated and milked. The milk is very nutritious. I should try out some 
recipes using milk.

17. Lynx:
   - Only at night in Grassland, rare.
   - A nocturnal animal found in the grasslands. Looks like a large cat and 
lives off of smaller animals. There's a lot of meat on this one.

18. Squirrel:
   - Small trap.
   - A very cute animal that can be trapped in grassy areas. The meat is 
very tender and delicious.

19. Wolf:
   - Beach 3 at night and jungle at night.
   - A fierce member of the canine family. The fur color will vary depending 
on where it lives.

20. Tiger:
   - Seen as part of the story: Beach 3, Jungle and Lake.
   - An animal belonging to the feline family with orange and black stripes 
running across its body. Unlike lions, the tiger usually travels and hunts 
alone.

21. Alligator:
   - Seen as part of story: Beach 2 and Swamp.
   - Has a long jaw and tail. It's body is protected by hard scales, and 
it's snout and eyes pop up u of the water.

22. Gorilla:
   - Seen as part of the story and jungle.
   - Pounds on its chest to scare off enemies. This makes a sound like a 
drum, hence the name "drumming" given to this action.

23. Great White Shark:
   - Seen in the diving sequences.
   - This shark is well-known for its tendency to attack humans. If its 
razor-sharp teeth happens to sink into you, it's all over.

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Plants
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1. Black Mushroom:
   - A black mushroom with white dots on it. Can't tell if it's poisionous 
or not until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

2. Blue Mushroom:
   - A blue, round-capped mushroom. Can't tell if it's poisionous or not 
until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

3. Brown Mushroom:
   - A flat, brown-capped mushroom. Can't tell if it's poisionous or not 
until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

4. Orange Mushroom:
   - A flat, orange-capped mushroom. Can't tell if it's poisionous or not 
until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

4. Purple Mushroom:
   - A flat, purple-capped mushroom. Can't tell if it's poisionous or not 
until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

6. Red Mushroom:
   - A flat, purple-capped mushroom. Can't tell if it's poisionous or not 
until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

7. White Mushroom:
   - A white, round-capped mushroom. Can't tell if it's poisionous or not 
until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

8. Yellow Mushroom:
   - A yellow, round-capped mushroom. Can't tell if it's poisionous or not 
until I eat it and wait a bit. Better remember which mushroom I ate, 
though.

9. Chives:
   - Wild grass found in the grasslands growing in clusters. It has a 
pleasent aroma and worksgreat for spicing up dishes.

10. Bamboo Shoot:
   - Young bamboo that grows in bamboo groves. It grows very fast, and 
hardens once it gets large enough. I better dig them up while they're 
still young and tender.

11. Carrot:
   - Wild carrot that grows in the grasslands. It tastes like a regular 
carrot although the root is small.

12. Dandelion:
   - A yellow flower blooms from this plant in the grasslands. Its seeds 
are fluffy and white. It can be used as an herb, although it tastes a 
little bitter.

13. Burdock:
   - This wild plant can be gathered in the grasslands. The root is 
edible and sweet with plenty of fiber. Better chew it well when eating it.

14. Onion:
   - The grasslands have wild onions growing there. This onion is small, 
but sweet and delicious. It can be used in a variety of recipes, but makes 
your eyes water when dicing it.

15. Potato:
   - Wild potatoes that can be gathered in the grasslands. Use in salads 
or try making baked potatoes. A very useful vegetable. Green buds on the 
potatoes are toxic and need to be scraped off.

16. Radish:
   - Small radish that grows in the grasslands. The edible portion of the 
root is small.

17. Taro:
   - Member of the potato family that grows wild in the jungle. Filling, 
and full of nutrients. Definately a good find.

18. Fern:
   - A kind of fern that grows in the jungle. Its soft, young bud is the 
edible portion. Great addition to boiled foods.

19. Coconut:
   - These fall from coconut trees on the beach. Younger coconuts have 
alot of liquid inside. When ripe, they develop a thick, white "meat" which 
is full of oil.

20. Papaya:
   - A fruit found in the jungle. It has a distinct aroma and juicy, soft, 
sweet-tasting meat. The orange color of the fruit is pleasing to the eye. 
Ripe and ready to eat when soft.

21. Raspberry:
   - Small, red berries found growing in grassy fields. They are very 
crisp, with a tangy flavor.

22. Bread Fruit:
   - A large, green fruit that grows i the jungle. It seems like the name 
was given by someone who thought it tastes like bread, but it tastes more 
like s potato to me.

23. Banana:
   - Fruit found in the jungle. Although they're wild, these bananas don't 
have and seeds. Easy to peel and eat on the spot.

24. Pineapple:
   - A fruit found in the jungle. It's tangy with sharp thorns, but for a 
wild pineapple, it tastes pretty sweet.

25. Mugwort:
   - A composite plant found growing in grassy flieds. Has powerful 
discentive poperties.

26. Lotus Root:
   - The stem of a lotus plant found underwater. Several holes can be seen 
in the middle when sliced into round chips.

27. Guava:
   - Eaten quite frequently in the tropical countries, this fruit is known 
for its potent smell. Very healthy, as it's loaded with vitamins.

28. Passion Fruit:
   - This fruit has a beautiful, ruby-red color and is full of seeds. It has 
a grainy texture when biting into it.

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Furniture
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1. Bed:   - This bed is nice and soft. A good night's sleep is the best way to 
recover energy and face the next day.

2. Shelf:
   - The more things I find, the more space we'll need to store them. A 
shelf should do the trick. I'll make it nice and bg so we can store a lot 
of things!

3. Smoker Shelf:
   - We can't eat fish and meat once it rots, but we can store it a long 
time if we smoke it!

4. Table Set:
   - It looks like a real table! Now we can get a lot more work done and 
actually sit at the "table" to eat!

5. House:
   - If I build a house here, we can live comfortably for quite some time. 
Hope I can build the whole thing without flanking out.

6. Raft:
   - If I build a raft with some logs and rope, I'll be able to cross the 
lake on it!

7. Raft 2:
   - If I build a sturdy raft that is stronger than the last one, with some 
logs and rope, I'll be able to cross the ocean on it!

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Recipes
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Complete recipe list is available under the "Cooking" section.

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Others
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1. Smoked Meat (Small):
   - This small piece of smoked meat needs to stay in the smoker for a while 
before it's ready. Stays well-preserved.

2. Smoked Meat (Medium):
   - This mid-sized piece of smoked meat needs to stay in the smoker for a 
while before it's ready. Stays well-preserved.

3. Smoked Meat (Large):
   - This large piece of smoked meat needs to stay in the smoker for a while 
before it's ready. Stays well-preserved.

4. Smoked Fish (Small):
   - This small fish needs to stay in the smoker for a while before it's 
ready. Stays well-preserved.

5. Smoked Fish (Medium):
   - This mid-sized smoked fish needs to stay in the smoker for a while 
before it's ready. Stays well-preserved.

6. Smoked Fish (Large):
   - This large smoked fish needs to stay in the smoker for a while before 
it's ready. Stays well-preserved.

7. Egg:
   - Look after chickens to get their eggs, which are nutritious and a great 
source of protein. They can also be used in various types of dishes.

8. Lunchbox:
   - A packed lunch that helps when travelling long distances. Great source 
of energy. I wonder what kind of goodies are in it today.

9. White, Round Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

10. Brown Round Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

11. Black Round Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

12. White, Pointy Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

13. Brown, Pointy Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

14. Black, Pointy Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

15. White, Odd Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

16. Brown, Odd Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

17. Black, Odd Shell:
   - Picked up at the beach.

18. Red Stone:
   - Red and round, this stone evokes feelings of fiery passion.

19. Orange Stone:
   - Orange and round, this stone has a calming effect.

20. Yellow Stone:
   - Yellow and round, this stone evokes a feeling of moderation.

21. Green Stone:
   - This green stone is flat and square-shaped. It evokes a cheerful, 
energetic feeling.

22. Light Blue Stone:
   - This light blue stone is flat and square-shaped. It evokes feelings 
of grandeur.

23. Dark Blue Stone:
   - This dark blue stone is flat and square-shaped. It evokes a feeling 
of peace and tranquillity.

24. Purple Stone:
   - This purple stone has an unusual shape, and an aesthetic appeal to it.

25. Shell Necklace:
   - This necklace is made from shells found on the beach. It's a present 
I'll treasure forever.

26. Sun Necklace:
   - This accessory makes me want to get up and dance! Its stones evoke a 
fiery passion. I'll call it the "Sun Necklace"!

27. Sunset Necklace:
   - This accessory evokes a sense of calmness, and maybe even a bit of 
loneliness. I'll call it the "Sunset Necklace"!

28. Moon Necklace:
   - This accessory evokes a sense of understated beauty and serenity. I'll 
call it the "Moon Necklace"!

29. Young Leaf Necklace:
   - This accessory evokes a sense of spirited youth and cool. I'll call it 
the "Young Leaf Necklace"!

30. Blue Sky Necklace:
   - This accessory evokes a sense of grandeur, spreading as far and wide 
as the eye can see. I'll call it the "Blue Sky Necklace"!

31. Deep Sea Necklace:
   - This accessory evokes a sense of serenity which draws you into its 
deep dull coloring. I'll call it the "Deep Sea Necklace"!

32. Night Sky Necklace:
   - This accessory conjures up a mystical image of darkness. I'll call it 
the "Night Sky Necklace"!

33. Map A:
   - This looks like a map of the island we're on now, along with its 
surroundings. It shows what direction the next island's in, and should come 
in handy for our escape.

34. Map B:
   - Looks like a map of this island. The mark on it might show where 
something special is hidden. I better go check it out!

35. Map C:
   - Looks like a map of this island. The mark on it might show where 
something special is hidden. I better go check it out!

36. Map D:
   - Looks like a map of this island. The mark on it might show where 
something special is hidden. I better go check it out!

37. Radio:
   - A small radio. We may be able to get off the island with this. I should 
use it in places where I can get a signal.

38. Bottle:
   - A glass bottle washed ashore by the waves. It can be used to carry 
drinking water.

39. Bottled Water:
   - A bottle of drinking water. Contains enough water to quenchmy thirst.

40. Bottled Milk:
   - A bottle of goat's milk. Not only does it quench my thirst, but it's 
also rich in nutrients.

41. Oil Drum:
   - This drum washed ashore completely empty. At this side, I'll bet it can 
store a lot of drinking water.

42. Flat Rock:
   - A rock that has eroded over the years. This flat stone could probably 
be used for something else.

43. Indented Rock:
   - A rock that has eroded over the years. This indented stone could 
probably be used for something else.

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12. Credits:
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And that's my guide, everyone.

Thank you to Konami for creating this game.
Thank you to GameFAQs for giving me the opportunity to share my guide with
other players.
Thank you to Plex14 for the additional info on the lifeboat ending.
Thank you to Joshua Levy and Stepofffool for their Picture Book FAQ info.
Thank you to Rainmaker59 on the Lost in Blue 2 message boards on 
GameFAQs for all the help with the pillars. It was very, very much 
appreciated!
Thanks to my sweetheart, Kain Stryder, for staying up late nights helping
me proof read. <3
And a special thank you to you, the reader. You reading my walkthrough has
made the time I spent making it worthwhile. :)

I hope you found this guide informative and helpful. If you have any
questions or suggestions, please feel free to email me at:

nephfaqs@msn.com
(0.2371/d/web6)