Tuesday, November 30, 2010
I had to freeze the bugs off.
It really exploded, I zapped that one too, but I didn't get a picture.
I harvested all my elder plants in my Royal Estate (yes, I found out how to harvest elder plants safely, I'll tell you tomorrow), and I got to rank 7.
I'm an expert!
Monday, November 29, 2010
Another thing, if you have an elder plant in the test realm, don't harvest it yet. If you do, it will make another plant in that area disappear if you leave. I suggest just leaving it there, plants look really cool in the elder stage anyway. This had happened to me, and I was so sad :(. At least it's only the test realm, and Kingsisle is going to fix it soon :D.
Sunday, November 28, 2010
A sample of disparagus
BREAD FRUIT BUSH
First picture I drew, the Boom Shroom
Somewhat a prickly bear cactus
While I'm on the subject of my drawings, here is my latest painting:
UPDATE: You might want to know that my rank in gardening is six.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
I'm still only level 4 though.
My Royal Estate Garden is looking wonderful, almost all my plants have turned adult.
Friday, November 26, 2010
Hey, I saw that!
In the live game I got to level 58, and I got my spell! First I had to defeat this hard boss with more health than Malistare, and whenever you put a trap, blade, or shield he put a trap on you. The guy was life too, so he could heal and he had high resist, but my dad could teleport to me and he tritoned us to victory. After the fight I met the forest lord in the Shoshun Village.
After that, the life teacher gave me the card.
'I'm going to kill you!'
Thursday, November 25, 2010
I planted some Laugh-o-dils in my Life house yesterday, and today they are young.
I also stated a new garden in my Royal Estate today, so now it's full of Snap Dragons, Laugh-o-dils, Boom Shrooms, Baby Carrots, Bread Fruit Bushes, Helephant Ears, Dandylions, and Honey Sickle seedlings.
I can't wait for that garden to grow, and when it does, I'll take a movie of it. I can't wait to get to level four, so I can get even more plants.
Don't forget the garden gnomes!
Oh yea and happy Thanksgiving.