Fairy Box in use inside the Mines in Stardew Valley
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All Trinkets in Stardew Valley and what they do

Helping you go deeper into the Mines

There are a lot of new additions in Stardew Valley 1.6 and one of them is Trinkets. These can be found only after completing Combat Mastery, and when equipped in your star slot, each Trinket offers a unique perk. 

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This is a growing list that will be updated regularly moving forward, but so far, I’ve managed to find and test a fair number of Trinkets during my adventures in the Mines. They mostly drop from defeated creatures, although they can sometimes be found in chests and boxes.

Trinkets come at any level between one and four, with their stats being more impressive at a higher number. If you’re not happy with the level of a Trinket you find, they can be reforged at an Anvil for a chance to improve their stats and effectiveness. The cost to do this is three Iridium Bars. You will need to get plenty of Mastery Points to be able to unlock the Anvil, however.

All Trinkets and what they do

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As I said, this is an ongoing list and will be added to should I find or hear about any further Trinkets being discovered. Have you found any that aren’t listed here? 

TrinketPerk and information
Basilisk PawMakes the player immune to all debuffs
Fairy BoxSummons a Fairy which will heal you between 1 and 5 health periodically during combat situations, depending on its level
Frog EggSummons a hungry frog which devours enemies. Can come in any color.
Golden SpurCritical strikes provide a speed boost for between 5 and 10 seconds, depending on its level
Magic QuiverShoots a magic arrow at nearby enemies every 1 to 2 seconds, dealing between 20 and 35 damage, depending on its level
Parrot EggSummons a Parrot who sometimes rewards Gold for killing enemies
Ice RodShoots an orb of ice every 3 to 5 seconds, freezing any enemies in its path for 2.5 to 4 seconds, depending on its level
Magic Hair GelCauses a players hair to shimmer all the colors of a Prismatic Shard

Now that you know all about the Trinkets in Stardew Valley, you might need a little help to figure out which mods will work after the 1.6 update.


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Paula has been gaming since she can remember and is now juggling family life with virtual adventuring. She is a long-time FFXIV nut with a passion for helping others in the game. If she's not writing or traversing the realms of Eorzea, she's either asleep or traveling between the UK and the US to see her fiancé, whom she met in Zadnor.