I’ve been working on setting up my house in Animal Crossing – and I finally have at least one room not looking too shabby now! I have a little poetry corner set up, complete with mood lighting and of course rain.
Tag: Animal Crossing
I downloaded this neat illusion design for my work area in Animal Crossing, and I love it so much!
Some times my villagers are pretty blunt.. This is Diana commenting on my eye because I was stung by a wasp. I’ve since learned exactly how to avoid those obnoxious critters. If you get your net out, and shake the trees while standing directly in front of them, all you need to do is spam the ‘A’ key and you’ll catch them every time. No more swollen eyes for me!
I recently joined a discord that a few good twitter friends are on, and they’ve been playing Animal Crossing. Now, I bought this game back when it released, and adore it of course, but I stopped playing some time ago (and if my friend’s list is any indication, so did almost everyone else). I decided to get started again and see what all I have missed. First, I set myself a few small goals. I want to work on collecting sheep villagers. This is not as easy as it sounds. I did end up getting Muffy so far, from an amiibo card that I had – yay! I love her personality.
Next I wanted to optimize my island a bit. I had a lot of trees, and it turns out that you can cut down all but the fruit trees & 7-10 others for shaking (2 pieces of furniture, 5 wasps). I spent an entire day chopping down trees and arranging where I wanted my orchard to go. I also finally learned how to terraform the land, and I removed a few physical bridges and made land bridges.
Next it was time to import some designs and truly make the island my own. I started with paths. I have a really cute pusheen path that leads around my villagers home and sets the mood for the island. It was easy to get them set up and I can’t wait to add more little details. I’ve been thinking about arranging the rocks on my island, but it turns out that’s a whole other ball game.
Happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!
I am not a fan of the Easter event, but that hasn’t stopped me from trying to collect absolutely everything I can. Unfortunately a lot of the events run during times of the day when I can’t play, but that’s alright. I’m still having loads of fun. My home has three rooms and this week I should be able to pay off the 3rd so I can afford a 4th. I’m not sure what I’m going to do with them all yet, but I do love my sewing / fiber room!
Of course like many I’m playing Animal Crossing on the Switch. I just had to create a yarn room. It’s one of many rooms I hope to create, and my favourite by far.
I’ve been playing a lot of animal crossing lately – and for the first time ever decided to get into a little bit of designing. I created the Quail Cove flag (pictured above) that I just adore. I’ve also been looking at other QR codes like Hufflepuff outfits, and I can’t wait to lay down some path around my place leading to buildings. So far, I’m just having a great time with all of it.