Stardew Valley
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The Rejuvenating Forest mod adds two new NPCs, a new location, and two new items that are all used in a custom quest.

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The Rejuvenating forest is out of control with overgrowth that is preventing the Wizard's brother, the Twizard, from returning home. Explore in order to find the source of the growth, and tame the forest. As a reward, you will learn to craft a new magic fertilizer.


  • This mod adds a custom questline, which includes a new area: the Rejuvenating Forest. 
  • You can find the entrance to the Rejuvenating Forest in the secret woods.
  • Talk to Terrence the Explorer and the Twizard who can aid you in your quest.
  • Gather an abundance of materials such as wood, fiber, hardwood, and more.
  • Deep in the forest, you can find the source of the overgrowth and quell it.
  • Once the source is returned to the Twizard, you will be rewarded with a magic fertilizer that has fast growing properties.

1. Install the latest version of SMAPI.
2. Download the mod, and unzip the folder's contents in the Stardew Valley/Mods folder.
3. Install additional dependencies: Content Patcher, JSON AssetsQuest Framework.
4. Run the game by launching StardewValley/StardewModdingAPI.exe

your Mods directory should look like this

Getting Started
You can begin the quest by finding a letter from the Twizard in the mailbox.

“This mod was created as a team project for a game modding class within The School of Interactive Games and Media
(IGM) at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester NY. IGM provides an educational environment that supports
and encourages creative and collaborative academic inquiry by both faculty and students. IGM’s programs,
coursework, research, and development efforts provide students with the knowledge and skills to pursue meaningful
and rewarding careers in media-centric, interactive software development, while simultaneously advancing the field
and helping to provide a well-rounded educational experience.”