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Since: 28.4.02
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#21 Posted on
It's almost like my animals know, but at least two or three of them change into the Steelers shirt I made every game day.

(And, it's totally the wrong board for this, but - Now, THAT is the Steelers I know and love!)



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#22 Posted on
I made a Dolphins jersey #13 (basically just a teal shirt w/ a white "13" on it), and one of the animals has been wearing it for 2-3 straight "days" now. Saw a couple others sporting it, as well, as well as some umbrellas w/ the same design.



Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs...
Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
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#23 Posted on
My most recent golden shovel tree is gonna grow, woo!

And this is the letter I'm writing to one of the animals in my town taht gets on my nerves (a sheep with the same personality as one of the cats).

"I hate you Cashmere. That's right, I, Smeghead, hate you. Ogden would be better off with you gone. Please die. Do us all a favour and kill yourself. Stupid sheep hag."

I just need to find a bee to attatch, and then send it to her. And then go smack her with my net a few times.

edit: I could not catch a bee, so I caught an old shoe and attatched that to the letter. Trying to catch garbage is hard, because they won't give you trash when you want it.

(edited by Fuzzy Logic on 22.10.02 1334)



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Since: 2.1.02
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#24 Posted on
I don't think you can mail insects. Besides, if your game is in real time, I doubt you'll find a bee in the middle of October.

I don't think hate mail will really do anything. They can't "read" it, i.e. they know they get mail, but they don't comprehend what is actually written. You could send death threats, and they'd be all "Thanks for the mail! You're great!"

Hitting them with the net works, though. They get pissed off at that.



Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs...
Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
Fuzzy Logic
Summer sausage








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#25 Posted on
we shall see. I'm thinking it's more the present attatched that'll get a response (an old boot, WOO!), and the negative words. But I will laugh if I get a "Yowza! Thanks for the letter!" response. I will mail more trash to Cashmere if the old boot garners anything.




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#26 Posted on

    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    A lot of the somethingawful.com stuff doesn't actually work in practice. For example, you can't mail someone a bee because you aren't allowed to mail anything living (or turnips). There's still ways to torment people with the mail - we've got this one bitchy koala named Yuka who we mail any garbage we pull out while fishing, until we realized that she just thinks she's really popular because she gets lots of presents.


Well, there's your answer Re: mailing garbage



Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs...
Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
Fuzzy Logic
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#27 Posted on
Damnit. Maybe if I chop down all the trees around her house, and bury/drop garbage around her house, and smack her with the net a whole lot, and never ever send her any mail, and never talk to her, except when she talks to me for smacking her with the net, then she'll want to move. Or I could just send her the "get the hell out of here" code.




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Jaguar
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Since: 23.1.02
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#28 Posted on
I think that shirt IS GREAT!

I knew exactly what it was.

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Vanquishing your enemies, making amends to those you have wronged, and leaving words of love and kindness for those around you become second nature as your own mortality looms

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#29 Posted on

    Originally posted by Fuzzy Logic
    Damnit. Maybe if I chop down all the trees around her house, and bury/drop garbage around her house, and smack her with the net a whole lot, and never ever send her any mail, and never talk to her, except when she talks to me for smacking her with the net, then she'll want to move. Or I could just send her the "get the hell out of here" code.

Burying trash will just leave the "x" marks on the ground. Chopping down too many trees would affect the town as a whole, not just this one person.

The net thing & ignoring might be the only way to actively drive someone away.



Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs...
Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
OlFuzzyBastard
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Since: 28.4.02
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#30 Posted on
I've had two villagers move away on me. I wasn't actively mean to either one of them - they just both lived out of my way, and most days, I never talked to them. That seems to be the best way to get someone to move. (At least, I think when someone moves, the game picks your most neglected person.)



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bradbice
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Since: 2.1.02
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#31 Posted on
How can you send Animal Crossing NES games to each other? Through the mail? Is that what you mean? Or is there another way to transfer the E-card stuff to each other. Or are you using the online adapter somehow.

Do you have to play this game every single day in order for things to go smoothly in it? I've considered getting it, but I don't have time to play everyday, only about 3-4 times a week. But when I play I like to sit down and take my time. If I only play 3-4 days a week, will the Animals come and burn down my house or condemn it?



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#32 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.04
You don't really have to play everyday to get the most out of Animal Crossing ... You might miss a couple events here or there, but playing 3-4 times a week should work out just fine.

As for trading NES games, there's no online/E-Reader needed; you just have to give the person your name and village name, then ... Actually, now I've forgotten what exactly you're supposed to do, but I'm sure someone else here can fill you in on the details :\

Oh, by the by, if anyone visits Animal-Crossing.Com, they sporadically give out codes that allow you to receive NES games unsolicited through the mail! I've already gotten "Soccer" and "Donkey Kong Jr." ... Just click on the Flash banner at the top of this page.



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    #33 Posted on
    I am ruling the stalk market, WOO!

    600 turnips bought at 99 apeice (59,400 bells total).

    being sold today for... 792 bells each (475,200 bells total, I think). that's a... 415,800 bell profit, WOO! And I just got my house renovated again, got the bill today and now I can pay for it.

    For trading stuff, you do the following:

    get the town name and character name of the person you want to trade with. take your item to Tom Nook's store. when you talk to him, select other things, then hear code. He will then ask for the town and character name of the person you want to send it to, input these exactly as they are. Then, he will want to confirm, then you select the item you want to send, then he'll confirm again. Then you get the password. Copy down the password exactly as it is shown (case sensitive and everything), give password to person you are trading with.

    And to get items, you wait till you get the code back from someone, and go to TOm Nook's, select other things, and then Say Code. input the code exactly as you recieved it (hopefully they wrote it down properly). Then you get the item.




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    #34 Posted on
    As for the codes on Animal-Crossing.com, sometimes they don't work. There seems to be some kind of glitch between my PC and the program that sends you the NES games where I always get the same non-working code. However, if my friend enters my town info from his PC, I can get the password just fine. You also don't have to put those passwords into letters, taking them to Nook and choosing "Say Code" will also work just fine.

    Now, does anyone have the Classic Vanity or Classic Wardrobe? They're the only two pieces of furniture I need to complete my downstairs. I've got most of the NES games to trade...

    ...as you can see ^_^;;



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    #35 Posted on
    What's that thing in the middle of your room? The statue-type thing.



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    Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
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    #36 Posted on
    The Master Sword from Zelda: The Ocarina of Time.



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    Since: 2.1.02
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    #37 Posted on
    Did you buy it, or win it in a raffle?



    Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs...
    Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
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    #38 Posted on
    Actually, I found it in the dump. ^_^;;

    You can actually find lots of great stuff in the dump. Before I aquired my mad texture making skillz to make the WWE shirts I wear, the dump was a really good place to find outfits. It's also a good place to find stationary too.

    Funny dump story. I had an outfit I really didn't like. I decided to send it to Chow, the evil Panda bear who lived in my town. I sent a letter off to Chow with the shirt attatched. I got a reply later saying he liked the shirt, but it was too small and he'd try to lose some weight so he could wear it. Later on I wandered over to the dump and found the shirt I had sent him there.

    (edited by El Pescado on 23.10.02 0905)


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    #39 Posted on
    I check the dump every day. Usually it's ho-hum stuff in there, but you can at least turn it around for some easy bells.



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    Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
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    #40 Posted on
    I have a Chow in my town- he is awesome. Just as evil, just as much the asshole... he is my new best friend. Heh heh. I like his sense of humor...



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