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- Dub Name Change: In Japan the characters have different names from their original versions because they're supposed to be their descendants/reincarnations. Natsume streamlined it to be an Alternate Universe, but this causes some Dub Induced Plot Holes because other references weren't changed.
- Generation Xerox: 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.
- The Charmer
- Dating Catwoman: To a certain extent. Most of his heart events occur when he's stealing stuff from someone. Eventually, he says that some of his later thefts were only for a chance to see the main character.
- Dub Name Change: He's known as "Steiner" in Japan
- Gentleman Thief
- If I Can't Have You...: If you try to propose he'll just assume you're showing him that you've gotten yourself a blue feather. He'll later break into your house to steal it so you can't propose to someone else, at which point you have to let him know it was intended for him anyway.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy
- Non-Standard Character Design: Compared to the other bachelors in the game. Compared to them, he looks like he comes straight out of a manga, and is arguably the hottest of them.
- Not a Morning Person: Out of all the eligible bachelors, he's the only one who will still be sleeping when you wake up in the morning. Possibly justified in that he's usually out late at night.
- Power Perversion Potential: He uses a technique called the "Chick Beam" to temporarily paralyze anyone in their tracks, rendering them helpless. Of course, he never goes too far with it, only using it to hinder people while he makes his escape.
- Secret Character: Unless you have read a guide or gone to Lumina's mansion at 10 PM by any chance that triggers a cutscene which makes Skye into an eligible bachelor, you wouldn't have known that Skye even existed in the game. And even after you triggered the cutscene, he's really hard to find and is exhausting to your character, as he appears every night from east of Vesta's Farm.
- Sissy Villain: OK, "Villain" isn't quite right—he's a Gentleman Thief more than anything—but he's definitely a little bit on the foppish side.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Curry.
- Version-Exclusive Content: He is the "special" bachelor for Harvest Moon DS Cute, and was created specifically for that game.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: It's a silvery-white.
MasonThe store owner of May's Tailoring in Cute. He's a secret bachelor who is rather unorthodox.
- Alliterative Family: He's May's grandson named "Mason".
- Long-Distance Relationship: You commute with him over the phone. You learn more about him every time you purchase five items at a time.
- No Name Given: A last minute subversion. At no point in any of your conversations does he actually introduce himself, and you only learn his name when the game asks you if you accept his marriage proposal or not.
- Non Standard Game Over: If you accept his proposal, the game will end with you moving to Mineral Town.
- Real Men Wear Pink: He inherited the tailor business from his mother and grandmother. He also loves to cook.
- Secret Character: Even more so than Skye, as absolutely zero information was officially released about his existence and his interactions with your character are triggered through a method not many players would think to do on their own.
- Version-Exclusive Content: You talk to him when you call May's Tailoring, which is a store only accessible in Cute.
- The Voice: He lives and works in Mineral Town, and you never see him in person.
- Bathtub Mermaid: She stays in Daryl's bathtub until her final heart event. She moves to your fishpond if you marry her.
- Dub Name Change: Her name is "Lettuce" in Japan.
- Expy: Of Retasu from Tokyo Mew Mew, aka Mew Lettuce. Her Japanese name is even "Lettuce".
- Interspecies Romance: Can be invoked with the human protagonist and her.
- Mermaid Problem: You can marry her. She lives in your fish pond. She still somehow has a normal human child. ...Uhhh...
- Morality Pet: She's Daryl's. He genuinely cares for her.
- Our Mermaids Are Different: They don't like human food whatsoever, apparently.
- Unresolved Sexual Tension: She's one of the available bachelorettes, but she's "special," so she has no rival. However, her relationship with Daryl is actually somewhat cute—they act a bit like a married couple at times.
- You Gotta Have Green Hair
- Cute Mute
- Dude, She's Like, in a Coma!: Averted. Although she's asleep when you first meet her, Keira wakes up whenever you talk/give gifts to her.
- Long-Distance Relationship: She lives on the 255th floor of a mine, while you are a surface-dweller. Subverted - once you manage to woo and marry her, she'll live in your house with you.
- MayflyDecember Romance: Keira is several hundred years old, and possibly an immortal.
- Really 700 Years Old
- Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe: This is how she writes in the English version.
BarneyThe ringleader of the circus that moves into town after your child is born.
- Black Bead Eyes: He's the only human character to have tiny black dots for eyes.
- Cloudcuckoolander: The player character can witness him trying to recruit Mukumuku to his circus.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: "Ugly" is a bit of a strong word to describe Barney, but he's far more cartoony-looking than his wife.