My Time At Portia – A Guide to Parties

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This guide is intended to help players plan food items for a Party thrown at the Banquet Table so that they can maximize the amount of relationship points they gain from the Party.

 

Purpose

A Party is a event you can create that allows you to earn relationship points with several characters at once. Parties become available after you complete main quest for building South Block. At a party it is important to serve the correct dishes if you want to maximize the relationship points you receive at the party’s end.

This guide will help you prepare a party and get the most out of it.

Requirements

You will need at least one Banquet Table and one Invitation Letter in order to host a party. Both can be purchased at the South Block Trade Store. The crafting recipe for the Banquet Table may be purchased as well.

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
South Block Trade Store

The store is situated across from the bus station in South Block and is open from 07:00 – 22:00.

ItemNameQuantityPrice
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesBanquet Table110,000 My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesBanquet Table (Recipe)11,000 My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesInvitation Letter9990 My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

 

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
Crafting the Banquet Table

The Banquet Table is craftable at the Worktable or the Factory

ItemNameQuantity
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesBronze Pipe8
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesHardwood Plank40
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesWaterproof Cloth16

The Banquet Table may have its colors changed by using Pigments (My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
).

Preparing the Party

Once you have Invitations and placed a Banquet Table on the ground, interact with it to start the party. Approach the Banquet Table and you’ll be given a list of options.

Select “Prepare a Party” and you will be taken to the next choice which contains a bit of confusing text, saying that your party has already started. Don’t be fooled – the party has not started yet – you must select “Yes” on this screen to actually start the party.

After selecting “Yes” you will be taken to a screen where you can select the Date of the Party. On this screen, Today is in Yellow and the date selected is in Dark Blue. You can only throw one party a week, and thus the days prior to today, and the days after one week are crossed out in Red

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

Next, select a time for the Party.

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

Once you have done all this, the party will actually be scheduled and you can start Inviting Guests and Arranging Food for the Party.

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
Menu Options

  • Sit
  • Hold to Arrange the Dishes
  • Prepare a Party
  • Pick up
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
Menu Options

  • Yes
  • No

 

Inviting Guests

You can invite guests to your Party by giving them Invitation Letters through the Gifting Interface to anyone except pets. Note that this counts towards the Gift Limit for the day for that character. Each character has a random chance of accepting the invitation based on your relationship level with them.

It is recommended that you invite only 10 guests per banquet table, as there are only 10 seats around each banquet table (you do not have to be seated at your own party). You can invite more, but they will just stand around and not give a reward at the end.

Note that the invitation letter will not show up in your inventory on the gifting screen, but in the special gifts menu on the bottom-left.
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

If the character accepts the invitation you will earn My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
2 relationship points with that character. If they do not accept the invitation, it is possible to repeat giving the invitation every day up to and including the day of the party.

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
Giving Invitation Letters
Relationship LevelStar CountChance to Accept
Stranger
Adversary
Nemesis
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
0
Never
AssociateMy Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
1
10-20 %
BuddyMy Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
2-3
30-50 %
FriendMy Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
4-5
50-70 %
Good FriendMy Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
6-7
70-80 %
Best FriendMy Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
8-9
80-90 %
BFFMy Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
10
90-100 %

* If you have a romantic partner (My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
), they will always accept the invitation.
** If you are married (My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
), your spouse will always attend the party even if you do not invite them, so make sure you save them a seat at the banquet table.

Arranging the Dishes

Once you have a guest list, it’s time to start Arranging the Dishes on the Banquet Table. Approach the table again, but this time select the Hold to Arrange the Dishesoption.

This will open up a new menu, where you can place Food items on the Banquet Table. Each table holds 20 slots for food. The food is placed inside the banquet table similar to other storage furniture, as shown below.

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

Each guest will eat up to two dishes at the party, and will give relationship points based on how much they liked the dish. The amount of relationship points earned depends on how much they like receiving that food item as a Gift.

Relationship Points per Dish
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
Menu Options

  • Sit
  • Hold to Arrange the Dishes
  • Prepare a Party
  • Pick up
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

Given as a Gift

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

Eaten at a Party

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
10 or higher (Love)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
+ 18-20
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
2-9 (Like)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
+ 11-15
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
0-1 (Neutral)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
+ 11-15
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
-1 or lower (Dislike or Hate)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
0

 

Planning the Dishes

In order to assist with planning the dishes for a party, the following is a link to a docs.google.com – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12syCmdkz8CdK2QoeCzikwTwM7HAYPrdGs-HXFFwfyzE/edit?usp=sharing of the different characters, their food preferences, and where you can obtain or craft that food item.
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
* The data is current for the PC release as of version 2.0.137882 and may not apply to the console versions

 

Hosting the Party

Once you have given out the invitations and arranged all the dishes for your party, all you have to do is wait. In fact, you don’t even have to do that as the party will start and end without your presence at all (you will still get the relationship points).

Two hours before the party starts you will get a notification. Guests start to arrive about an hour before the party starting time.Once the party starts the guests will eat food if it is available. The party will continue for three hours after which the guests leave and you receive a relationship bonus depending on the food they have eaten.

During the party you will have an opportunity to Add food items to the Banquet Table as the guests begin to eat. Guests will not eat more than two dishes, however, so you should only add more food to the table if you think a guest has not eaten a dish they will Love.

Rewards

After the party is over you will receive a relationship bonus for each guest per dish (up to two) that they ate at the party.

Relationship Points per Dish
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

Given as a Gift

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties

Eaten at a Party

My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
10 or higher (Love)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
+ 18-20
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
2-9 (Like)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
+ 11-15
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
0-1 (Neutral)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
+ 11-15
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
-1 or lower (Dislike or Hate)
My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
0

 

Achievements

In addition, there are some achievements you can earn by throwing parties.

AchievementNameCondition
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesParty Time!Throw a party.
My Time At Portia - A Guide to PartiesParty MasterThrow ten parties.

 

Final Thoughts

Here are a few extra things to keep in mind when planning a party.

  • Your spouse (My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    ) will start a mission My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    the day before both your birthday and their birthday, requesting that you throw a party on the day of the birthday. Since they give practically no notice, you’ll want to have prepared a guest list and crafted food items in advance.
  • My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    Ack and My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    Papa Bear (Abu) will never accept Invitation Letters, but giving them one counts towards their daily gift limit.
  • My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    Ginger, My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    Sophie, and My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    Yeye are slow walkers, and are unlikely to arrive to your workshop in time to attend a party.
  • If you have a romantic partner (My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    ), they will always accept the Invitation Letter.
  • If you are married (My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    ), your spouse will always attend the party even if you do not invite them, so make sure you save them a seat at the banquet table.
  • The relationship points earned from gifting the Invitation Letter are effected by Event and Birthday multipliers.
  • The relationship points earned at the end of the party are not effected by Event and Birthday multipliers.
  • You can place the special mytimeatportia.fandom.com – https://mytimeatportia.fandom.com/wiki/Permanent_consumables as dishes to eat at a party as they count as Food items, but there is no benefit for doing so.
  • If a guest was unable to eat a dish you will receive My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    0 relationship points with that guest. This could be because:
  • The guest did not arrive on time to the party
  • The guest was unable to find a place to sit at the party
  • The guest disliked or hated all the dishes provided
  • You did not provide enough dishes to eat
  • The dishes eaten at a party do NOT include the same dishes when eaten during the Dining event (My Time At Portia - A Guide to Parties
    ) on a Play Date.

 

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