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Lombax Warrior
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Re: The Bramblenook Farm Status :)

Mar 1, 2013

Juggernaut has actually replied to an email I sent & said they'll be working on an expansion & update to the space. *crosses fingers for giant toad floating in the sky*

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Re: The Bramblenook Farm Status :)

Mar 1, 2013

Sophronia and I agree, this space needs an option for thunder storms. 

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Re: The Bramblenook Farm Status :)

Mar 2, 2013
How is the general store doing...get any moonshine..lol
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Speaking of moonshine, I kinda wish the night mode was a lil' darker outside. Maybe not as dark as Cutteridge but somewhere in between the two.

I agree with everyone else that some random catastrophes (and good fortune) added to it would be nice.

Another indication of future expansion is the current highest level items are termed "simple"...

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Mar 2, 2013
There should be a combination between a moonshine still on bramblenook and bootleggers *__*
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Mar 2, 2013
The castle in the background also makes it a good companion piece to Avalon Keep.
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Re: The Bramblenook Farm Status :)

Mar 2, 2013
Making moonshine for gold would be a good idea then sell it to the local drunks for more gold.
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Mar 2, 2013
id be cool if you could make clothes from the sheeps too lol
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Re: The Bramblenook Farm Status :)

Mar 2, 2013
Looks like there are stables, Horses and Cow would be nice Smiley Very Happy
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TJMVoyager wrote:

Now furniture bundle is 6.99. With this you get stat bonus. +2 wood etc, and some more 25 slots. I didn't get this as I am enjoying the 6.99 space itself. I may or may not buy that Smiley Happy

I love this space and give 10/10 Smiley Happy It is pretty amazing.


Actually the furniture bundle does not include the booster items for chopping wood, watering plants, or feeding animals. It does howerver have 4 very cool active items:

  • Two active beds 
  • An active rocking chair... that actually rocks
  • An active picnic table set with food, that seats six.
  • A beehive with bees that fly around you, if you get too close.

Those four items together are worth more than the $6.99, plus you get  more regular furniture items. I think the bundle is a great deal.

 

The Horse locomotion item fits in nicely with the farm, just remember to turn it off before you go in the house. (Horses can be so messy.)  And one of the dogs makes a great companion to have follow you around. (Just don't let it chase the chickens.)

 

As far as the booster items are concerned, I would recommend NOT getting them. Slow down and enjoy the regular pace of the games. You'll burn through the available levels quickly enough using the stock items. I'm already looking forward to the add-ons.


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