Hi, my name is Kate and I’m obsessed with Pocket Card Jockey. Please take my Pocket Card Jockey QR codes and make some fantastic racing ponies. If you’re looking for more QR Codes, can I recommend the Pocket Card Jockey Catalog Tumblr? Whoever is running it is doing a great job tagging everything so you can find horses with certain traits.
And now, introducing the Taco Bell Racing team…
I’ve been working to fill up the apartment building in my game of Tomodachi Life and there are SO. MANY. APARTMENTS. I love looking at Miis others have made, but they don’t always have the Tomodachi Life data — which makes adding them to your island super quick (not to mention they’ll come with an outfit, interior and catchphrase). I thought I’d add some of these here in case anyone else is looking for new residents!
Got any to share? I still have like a dozen empty apartments.
Please not that I did not make all of these. Many are regular Miis from MiiCharacters.com and I gave them personalities, outfits, etc., in Tomodachi Life.
One of my favorite new features of Pokemon X is getting to dress up your trainer. (I know, I know, I’m such a girl.) Naturally, I was super excited when I finally made it into Lumiose City and saw that there was a boutique practically overflowing with new styles of clothing. And then I was immediately told that I wasn’t stylish enough to shop there. After yelling for about 20 minutes that HEY THAT’S NOT HOW CAPITALISM WORKS, LUMIOSE CITY, I set about trying to get a more stylish outfit.
You may or may not have noticed by my excessive tweets about Pokemon, but I’ve been playing a lot lately. I finished the game earlier this week and the first question everyone asks is what Pokemon were in my party for the Elite Four. I chose to build a well-rounded party so that I could do my playthrough without switching Pokemon in and out. I definitely fall in the category of trainers that rely on brute strength over the long defense game.
Last night was the Pokémon X and Y launch event at Nintendo World, and boy was it packed full of hundreds of hundreds of Pokémon trainers! The line wrapped around the entire block and then doubled over on itself!
I wanted to share a few of my favorite tips for making money in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. None of these are super groundbreaking, but they might be helpful for new players.
When you first start out, you won’t have access to the island until you pay your home loan. Pick every fruit and pickup every seashell you can find. Buy whichever tool is available and fish or catch bugs until you have access to the island.
Once the island is open, concentrate on the beetles that are available during the night. After 6 PM is a good time to start. You’ll quickly pick up on which get you the most bells.
You’ll also want to take advantage of the turnips that Joan sells every Sunday, as they allow you to make money at a pretty exponential rate. The best way to get a good selling price is ping your friends, or even strangers on Twitter. (#ACNL, y’all!) If you’ve got a wide enough network of friends, you’ll usually be able to get a selling price between 350-600 bells per turnip.
Perfect fruit is another good way to make money. Remember that each perfect fruit tree will die after the third round of fruit and replant accordingly. DON’T sell the perfect fruit in your own town – visit someone with a different native fruit.
Requested by Aria. Go forth and franchise my fake restaurant! 😀
Someone asked for my strawberry wallpaper, so here it is!