Felicity is the gentle daughter of Mayor Godwin. She use to be in good health, but about a year ago she contracted a mysterious illness and has been unwell ever since. During the day you can find her inside Neumann's Farm. When the clock strikes 6:00 pm she returns to the 2nd floor of her father's house.
Birthday: Fall 05 Wife Gift: Choco. Cookies
|Favorite Gift||Liked Gifts||Disliked Gifts|
|Eggplant Curd||Toast, Pizza, Jam Roll, Butter Roll, Cheesecake||n/a|
Raising Love Points
Felicity is a little more challenging than the other girls. Giving her a gift daily will not increase her LP. The only days that presents have any affect are on her birthday, Spring Festival, and the Harvest Festival. To raise her LP you'll have to do a lot of talking to her, especially on the big LP boosting Spring Festival, Beaches Open, Moonlit Eve, and Sacred Night.
The key to marrying Felicity is to discover the mystery behind her sickness.
Step 1: Go to the Library and check out the bookcases. You'll find a book about the legendary Cursed Stone.
Step 2: Head back to the Library after rescuing "Ceci" from Clemens Cave. They'll thank you for saving her and Cecilia will mention that the book about the cursed stone is scarey.
Step 3: In the evening when Felicity is upstairs at her father's house, talk to her about the stone. Felicity will hand the stone over to you. Make sure you have an available slot in your Rucksack to receive the stone. You will need to have at least 3 FP with Godwin and have been given permission to enter his house after 6:00 pm.
Step 4: Take the stone to Doctor Edward. He'll examine the little rock and confirm that it is indeed a Cursed Stone. Edward will dispose of the little rock for you.
Step 5: Return to Felicity and talk to her. Tell her what she received was an evil Cursed Stone. Now that she no longer has the item in her possession, her health begins to return.
Once you've completed the 5 steps, meet up with Felicity on the holiday at the Plaza between Noon and 4:00 pm. You can then propose to her if you've met the basic marriage requirements.