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How to Get a Rabbit’s Foot in Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley Rabbit's Foot

For some Stardew Valley players, finding a Rabbit’s Foot is an unlucky challenge. The name itself already provokes such a vibe that isn’t so easily familiar. Likewise, the in-game description isn’t exactly clear about what the Rabbit’s Foot does. Still, you will need one to upgrade the Community Center and avoid heartbreak during the Group 10-Heart Event.

Stardew Valley Rabbit's Foot

Of course, the animal product in question has a few more uses for Stardew Valley farmers to look into. In addition to the Community Center involvement, the foot is also used for tailoring purposes. It’s one of those rarer items that you’ll need to scoop up for one reason or another. So, here is how to get a Stardew Valley Rabbit Foot and use it to experience a dose of good luck.

How to Get the Rabbit’s Foot

There are a few ways to obtain a Rabbit’s Foot during your gameplay. First, the Traveling Cart will sell them for 1,695-2,825g whenever it’s available. In addition, slain Serpents within the Skull Cavern have a small chance of dropping one. From there, you’ll quickly uncover the item’s uses by having it in your profession.

Of course, owning rabbits will yield the product that we’re looking for, but this all depends on your farm’s style. If you just so happen to interact with one, ensure that you two have a healthy friendship, stable mood, and high level of daily luck.

Increasing Your Luck with a Rabbit’s Foot

In the game, the Luck stat boosts drop rates and lowers the chance of negative effects, such as lightning storms or your spouse becoming jealous. For that reason, you won’t want to miss out on any chance you get to increase your daily luck in Stardew Valley.

On its own, the Rabbit’s Foot doesn’t affect your daily luck stat. However, it can be used to earn a permanent luck boost if you follow the clues for Secret Note #20, one of the many unique secrets that lie within the Valley.

The Secret Note #20 quest will lead you to a truck outside Joja Mart. Simply interact with the driver and he will request a Rabbit’s Foot. In exchange, the driver will give you a Special Charm, permanently increasing your daily luck stat.

For those interested in completing the required Enchanter’s Bundle, players will need to turn in the Rabbit’s Foot to go with Oak Resin, Wine, and Pomegranate.

Stardew Valley How to Get Rabbit Foot

What Is Rabbit’s Foot Used For?

The Rabbit’s Foot has a few uses in Stardew Valley and there are many ways to utilize one. For example, players will need one to complete the aforementioned Enchanter’s Bundle, which upgrades the Community Center. Additionally, a Rabbit’s Foot also allows you to continue dating everyone in the Group 10-Heart Event, should such drama come your way.

Likewise, everyone except for Penny loves the Rabbit’s Foot. As we know now, the solution to Secret Note #20 also requires the foot of a rabbit. So, there is always a reason to continue searching if you still need one.

For the completionists and fashionistas, stylish players can use their Sewing Machines to make shirts. Unfortunately, we can’t use it as a charm for itself.

Where to Find a Rabbit Foot in Stardew Valley

As we mentioned earlier, there are a few different locations where players can find a Stardew Valley rabbit foot. We’ve listed them all below, along with some more information on the different locations where you can find them:

  • Deluxe Coop
  • Traveling Cart
  • Skull Cavern

First, once you own a Deluxe Coop, you need to adopt rabbits (8,000g each) from Marnie’s Ranch. After you purchase the rabbits, pet them, let them eat grass, and lock them inside before 6 p.m. every day.

This combination helps the rabbits maintain a high level of friendship and mood. Both stats are necessary for them to drop a Rabbit’s Foot automatically. Remember: Daily luck also increases the chance of one of these items dropping.

You can sometimes purchase a Rabbit's Foot from the Traveling Cart.

Next, you should visit the Traveling Cart whenever possible for a chance to simply purchase one. If the cart has one in stock, the furry animal’s foot will cost 1,695-2,825g. The cart’s items are random, so visit it every Friday, Sunday, and daily during the Night Market event (Winter 15-17).

Expert Tip

Lastly, Serpents in the Skull Cavern might have a chance of producing the item in question upon defeat. Slain Serpents have a 0.8% chance of dropping a Rabbit’s Foot. Unfortunately, luck buffs from food don’t affect the Rabbit’s Foot drop rate. So, your best bet is to bring a burglar’s ring for double the chance of looting.

Now that you know how to find a Rabbit’s Foot in Stardew Valley, start your search and complete Secret Note #20 for an even better chance of finding more!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fastest way to obtain a Rabbit’s Foot?

Caring for and petting your owned rabbits will generate both individual feet and pieces of Wool, making this the most efficient way to get a special foot.

Why isn’t my rabbit producing a Rabbit’s Foot?

You need to tend to and pet your rabbits on a daily basis in order to increase friendship levels and loot drops.

Is the Rabbit’s Foot worth buying?

Since the Rabbit’s Foot has very little use for activities in the Valley, it’s best to raise rabbits or defeat a Serpent if you wish to save yourself some gold.

Written by Andrew Smith