Animal Crossing: New Leaf Diary Day 52: Uninvited & Invited Guests
by, 1st September 2013 at 12:27 PM (1027 Views)
Just to let you know, the devil still resides next to my house. But I'm working on it, you see:
What's strange about this game is that the closer you get with your neighbors, the more likely they are to move; at least from my observations. So, the best way to get her out of here? Pretend to be her friend for as long as possible! The first step: Checking out her house! I didn't do much other than fake-laugh at her antics
and germify her bed and run off with a piece of furniture, but it was a decent visit I suppose.
The last of the fireworks for August came by a few days ago. As I said earlier, this time around I made some custom ones for the show:
It was actually way harder than I thought it would be to take a decent picture of them.
But all in all, I didn't think they were too bad.
That same night I was visited by a superhero:
YES! Finally I meet a bunny!
I've met tons of cats, dogs and bunnies in my previous AC files, but for whatever reason I've seen none of them in New Leaf. It's a little sad because those are some of my favorite animals.
Either way, I pounced on the opportunity to get one. And I'll say it again: Getting 3 wins in rock-paper-scissors is such crap. Who plays it like that? Isn't it usually best 2 out of 3, or even 3 out of 5? I lost that game to get her to come to my town, but was successful on my next try.
New Leaf animals are pretty laid-back. Moving is a pretty big life change, and they're betting it over a simple game of rock-paper-scissors.
I said that I was being nice to Sydney before, but I can't help wanting to be cruel to her sometimes:
MWAHAHAHAHA. STAY IN THAT PLACE FOR ALL ETERNITY!!!
I'm not sure if she just didn't care or was just oblivious to the fact that she was trapped. We even had a little chat. She must've been there for a good part of the night, because I passed by there several times that night and she was still there. Of course, she was magically freed from her prison by morning the next day.
Mira's house appeared a few days later:
I had no doubt that I had apple trees where she put her house, but those aren't that big of a deal since I had many more surrounding it. House where paths are a much bigger problem and a lot harder to fix since you may not have any room to replace it.
It took me until she moved in to realize that something odd was going on with her mouth. And now it bothers the crap out of it me. Who thought it was a good idea to shift her mouth? Poor Mira!
Drift is always hanging out on my benches, and now he's even sleeping on them when his home is a few feet from this bench. Maybe he just wants a change of pace?
Emotion of the Day: Love
This will get a lot of use...mwahaha.
Villagers can ask you to come to your house, and they can also barge into your house with zero warning:
Alright, just gotta fix this-wait-what the hell Fang? It's 1 o'clock in the morning?!
Really? Right now?
Apology not accepted.
Villagers are so selfish sometimes...they think they can just barge in and out of my place anytime they want. They think they can demand huge favors then give cheap items in return! Sheesh! *shakes fist*
That's all for today. Thanks for reading~
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