Stardew Valley Player Gives Krobus’ Room a Makeover

Stardew Valley Player Gives Krobus’ Room a Makeover

While Krobus isn’t necessarily a bad interior decorator, one Stardew Valley player takes it upon themselves to give his room a more comfy look.


One Stardew Valley player decided to give their roommate Krobus a room makeover. Stardew Valley isn’t just a game about farming, but about fostering connections with the people of Pelican Town. Through this, they learn the stories of each of them, connect with them, and perhaps even find a partner along the way. However, if marriage isn’t what someone wants, players can opt for a roommate, Krobus. Just like partners, he gets his own room, but it can seem a bit less homely to some.

Stardew Valley‘s Krobus isn’t one of the common townsfolk of Pelican Town, but instead lives underneath it in the sewers that can only be accessed once the player gets the rusty key. Once he is found there, he will sell the player a variety of rare goods like Void Eggs and Stardrops. However, like the other people of Pelican Town, the player can build a rapport with the monster. After some time, once the player gives Krobus the Void Ghost Pendant and waits three days, Krobus will join the player at their farmhouse as a roommate, along with his own room.

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Giving Krobus The Room He Deserves

One player, though, found this room to look a bit too much like a dungeon to fit with their home and gave it a makeover similar to how one Stardew Valley player redecorated Haley’s room. Posting to the Stardew Valley subreddit, user tinuviel216 uploaded a picture of the decorations they made for Krobus’ room. In the screenshot, the once cold dungeon that was Krobus’ room now had a warm fireplace, a comfy bench to sit on, and plenty of bookshelves with books to read, among other decorations.

In the comments, many of the users were delighted to see Krobus in a much warmer environment compared to the one he had before. Others spoke of the decorations they put in his room, like beds and plants, citing how they want Krobus to be happy and surrounded by livelier things, focusing not just on how well they can design their storage sheds in Stardew Valley, but how homely they can make their farmhouses as well.

Even when their roommate can be a monster, players find it in themselves to give them the warmth they feel they deserve, as some of these characters are more than just pixels on a screen, but friends. With more dialogue coming in Stardew Valley‘s 1.6 update, there will be more depth added to these characters so that players can appreciate them better, and most likely more decorations to give their rooms a bit more love.

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Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a hit Indie release that spawned a cult following thanks to its similarities to titles like Harvest Moon and The Sims. Players will take control of their own characters as they are dropped into the eponymous Stardew Valley and given an old dilapidated farm. They’ll cultivate new crops and relationships with the NPCs scattered around the area, as well as combat monsters and embark on other quests.

ReleasedFebruary 26, 2016



Genre(s)RPG , Simulation

MultiplayerLocal Multiplayer , Online Multiplayer

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Andrew Bottino grew up with a controller in his hand, always playing something new to expand his horizons and bring interesting new stories to his mind. Alongside that, he learned a love for writing at a young age, which he honed through years of experience. In addition to creating video reviews of games rather early in his life, he also took up a job reviewing games for Anyday Reviews, which allowed him the experience and confidence to take on reviewing games as not just a hobby, but a career. Andrew’s most favored game series include franchises such as Final Fantasy and Resident Evil. Whenever he isn’t playing games, he Is usually writing for himself or for small projects he’s working for.

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