One player has shared a sad story of events regarding a lucky rare item in Stardew Valley to other players. As ConcernedApe brings in a fair deal of role-playing game elements to the farming simulator, some aspects deal with fans' luck on specific days. This fact can sometimes lead a good day becoming great, or a bad day becoming even more terrible. It can be rather surprising how much luck can change things in a player's favor.

Artifact Spots are one of these luck-based encounters. There's a certain number of them that can spawn in with each and every day across Pelican Town. Seen in the form of worms or sticks poking out of the dirt, these are some of the easiest ways to get rare items in Stardew Valley.

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For Reddit user Blue__Insomniac, he found an Artifact Spot just on the far right side of town that he was eager to till into. According to his post, once he used his hoe, a dinosaur egg popped out. Dinosaur eggs in Stardew Valley are one of the rarest drops from Artifact Spots. Unfortunately, though, Blue__Insomniac tilled the lucky tile of land next to a river, and a screenshot showcases that the egg fell into the river soon after it had been dug up.

Thankfully, this isn't the only way to obtain a dinosaur egg in Stardew Valley. If Blue__Insomniac wanted one bad enough, he could easily go defeat the Pepper Rex in the Skull Cavern, or win it in a crane game at the Movie Theater. Dinosaur eggs can also be found in fishing treasure chests, so Blue__Insomniac could technically fish the egg back up if he wished to.

Another solution to Blue__Insomniac's disastrous situation was shared in the comments. If Blue__Insomniac quit the game without saving, thus starting the day over, the Artifact Spot would still be there, and it would still contain the dinosaur egg. This method could be repeated until finally the player was successful at retrieving the rare item. Unfortunately, Blue__Insomniac had already gone to bed for the day in the game, saving the incident forever.

Blue__Insomniac's story serves as an example that not everything may be as lucky as it appears at first. While some gamers tend to leave the luck of the game to chance, others may repeatedly check the Fortune Teller on their TVs every day to understand if they need to be a bit more careful that day. No matter how players choose to handle the in-game luck stat, it's up to them to use their days wisely to make their dream farms in Stardew Valley.

Stardew Valley is available now on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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