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Can You Die in Stardew Valley

Can you die in Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a game that borrows elements from various genres, including RPGs. One thing you’ll find in most RPGs is death—sometimes permanent. But can you die in Stardew Valley?

Can You Die in Stardew Valley?

Stardew Valley is a non-violent game that does not include any references to death. Because of this, you aren’t able to die in Stardew Valley. You may fall unconscious if you lose health points while fighting enemies or don’t rest enough to regain energy by staying up too late.

What Happens When You Pass Out in Stardew Valley?

If you pass out in Stardew Valley, you’ll simply wake up in your bed or at Harvey’s Clinic, depending on how you passed out. If you pass out from exhaustion after a long day, you’ll wake up in your own bed, but if you pass out from losing your HP from fighting the enemies, you’ll wake up at Harvey’s Clinic. 

You will also lose 10% of gold (up to 1,000) and some of your inventory items from passing out in the mines, although you’ll be able to recover one of them (or a stack of items that you’ve lost).

Lastly, you’ll need to pay the medical bills to Harvey’s Clinic. As you can see, even if you reach 0 health points, you’ll only pass out in Stardew Valley.

So there you have it—all of the information on dying in Stardew Valley. It’s hard to find an RPG these days that doesn’t include the option to die, but since ConcernedApe decided to focus on a new game, this will almost surely remain unchanged in Stardew Valley.

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Based in Novi Sad, Serbia, Marko Kulundzic is a guides writer at Gamezo. Other than being a huge fan of video games, he also enjoys art, music, skateboarding, and spending time in nature.