|This article is about Kurt, a character from Magical Melody. You may be looking for Kurt, a character from Save the Homeland or Kurt from Hero of Leaf Valley.|
Kurt (ハヤト, Hayato) is one of the eligible bachelors in Harvest Moon: Magical Melody.
Kurt is a sweet, awkward kind of guy and is the complete polar-opposite of his brother Joe. He is appreciative of and has a soft spot for quiet people, similar to himself.
Initially, Kurt will push you away with his blunt and sometimes rude responses, but with time and effort you can open up his sensitive side.
- Inside the Workshop (except for Tuesdays and holidays).
- Inside the Moonlight Mine.
- Inside the Sanatorium.
Kurt will come to your door as you leave in the morning (regardless of which gender you're playing as) when he reaches two hearts.
He will give you a Red Herb, and you will also get note the "Cool Craftsman" note.
Kurt's second gift will come at 5 hearts, if you are playing as a female character.
Kurt will knock on your door in the morning and present you with a gift. He will give you a Aquamarine Brooch that he's made!
After meeting all the of the marriage requirements and receiving your Blue Feather, the player will be able to propose.
Whichever character you're proposing to must have a minimum of 8 hearts. If they accept your Blue Feather, the wedding will take place the following day (unless the following day is a festival). The wedding will take up one full day.
In Harvest Moon: Magical Melody, each bachelor and bachelorette can be paired off to what is considered as the main character's rival.
Each rival couple has one heart event between them, but they will never marry. You must have 4 hearts with your rival (the person of the same gender), and the marriage candidate must have less than 4 hearts.
Kurt's love interest is Dia. Kurt and Dia's event takes place at the Sanatorium.
Triggering Kurt's 2-heart gift event provides you with the 92nd musical note Cool Craftsman.
"A quiet and unfriendly apprentice unlike his brother. But he's actually quite passionate and poetic."