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Characters: Harvest Moon DS
Characters who have appeared in Harvest Moon DS (Cute).

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  • Expy: Almost everyone. Seriously, this takes place one hundred years after A Wonderful Life and yet all the villagers have the same appearances, homes, and even names as their ancestors.
    • The name part is more so Natsume's fault, they had different names in the Japanese version. The home thing makes sense too since they've probably lived in the same valley for generations.

Flora (DS)

Assistant to the archaeologist, Carter, and by what one assumes is popular demand, marriagable for the first time in DS. While intelligent and strong, she's not a very good cook. She has a crush on the professor, since she's been working with him for so long.

Carter (DS)

An archaeologist who runs the dig site; he's somewhat attracted to his partner, Flora. He was just another NPC in A(nother) Wonderful Life, but he became a rival/bachelor in DS (Cute). He seems grouchy, but pours his full enthusiasm into everything he does.

Griffin (DS)

He's the owner of the Blue Bar. He's a calm, gentle man who loves to play music and mix up drinks. He's known Muffy for a long time, and they're very close. In A Wonderful Life, in which he debuted, he was the male rival for Muffy but not a bachelor in Another Wonderful Life. He's both in DS/Cute.
  • May-December Romance: Both him and Muffy and him and the PC. If you go after him, he even asks you if you think you can really be attracted to a man his age.

Skye (Steiner)

Called "The Phantom Thief," he slinks around the valley looking for things to abscond with. He always warns his victims before appearing, and he thinks his destiny is to be a curry chef. He flirts shamelessly with the ladies, regardless of their age or marital status. Some of them are receptive to it. Others... aren't.

Leia

A cute mermaid, she was rescued by Daryl. At first, she looks like another one of his experiments, but he actually cares deeply about her and wants to learn about mermaid culture from her. In return, she cooks for him and is his friend.

Keria

A princess who sleeps deep within the mines at Carter and Flora's excavation site. She does not speak, but has a tablet to write on. She was imprisoned there by the Witch Princess. She's one of the available bachelorettes, but be warned—just going to see her every day is no small feat, and she has expensive tastes.

Lumina

A well-spoken young girl who lives in the mansion; Romana's granddaughter.
  • Lonely Rich Kid & Rich Boredom: She doesn't really do much, and, unless you connect to either of the Mineral Town GBA games (triggering her friend Mary to visit once in a while), she doesn't seem to have any friends.
  • Ojou
  • Spoiled Sweet: She lives in an enormous house with her own butler and a fountain in the garden, but she's nothing but kind and friendly the vast majority of the time.
Harvest Moon: Magical MelodyCharacters/Harvest MoonHarvest Moon: Island of Happiness

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