Giving gifts to NPCs is one way to increase your friendship with the residents of Palia. However, there are a few quirks to know about the system. Knowing what gift should go to whom will improve your standing amongst the community exponentially, which could be doubled if you also give their weekly wants.
You can always chat with the characters, but gift-giving is the fastest way to secure a friend in Kilima Village. This could even lead to some romance if you’re lucky. In this guide, I’ll tell you everything you need to know, from what gifts you should give certain characters to being familiar with the weekly gift system.
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How to Increase Friendship in Palia? Give Gifts!
Gifts significantly increase your friendship with the NPCs, but as I said before, you need to know a couple of quirks in the system. NPCs can only be gifted one item per real-world day, but you can talk to them daily whenever the in-game time resets. Each character will also have certain gifts they like weekly, separated from their standard list of liked and loved gifts.
Palia Weekly Gift: How to Check
A character’s Weekly Wants can be viewed via the Relationship tab, but they only appear once you’ve found them. Select the present at the bottom of the left corner to find an NPC’s weekly wants, with the “?” icon to the side. You’ll learn more Weekly Wants once you become better friends with the residents.
All weekly items change at the start of every week. The current Weekly Wants are the same for all players worldwide, so you can share the information with your other friends playing Palia. Unlike regular gifts, however, you can only give an NPC one of each Weekly Want per week.
Palia Best Gifts to Give NPCs
Here are all the recorded liked and loved gifts for each character in Palia once you’re done with their Weekly Wants.
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