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Posted by jvgsjeff at 9:09 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, August 20, 2016 1:59 AM EDT
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Medicine for Pierce

I sold the bugs and fish I caught last night, and just the stuff I caught after Nook closed (1 a.m.) totalled up to 131,600 bells. Not bad for 45 minutes worth of hunting.

ToonZelda told me to bid on her auctions, so I checked out the auction house. But no items were there. I did see Moose in the city; he was once a Forest resident.










Back in town, Bob asked me to make a delivery to Rosie, and I did the deed. Rosie acted like she didn't want a present from Bob. But once she opened it, she loved the bamboo flooring and acted like it was the best thing ever.










I went in the Able Sisters, and they had two almost identical shirts: The rose shirt and the rose sky shirt. I had no interest in either of them.










I checked in on Pierce, and he was sick. He asked me to get medicine for him.










But first, I went back to Bob and told him the delivery was complete. He thanked me and gave me 528 bells for my trouble. I headed back around to Nook's to buy the medicine and took it to Pierce. He said he felt a little better.










I then switched to my Scott character. I had him finally take in the giant dharma I left for him. I put it next to the regular dharma in his house.

Posted by jvgsjeff at 5:54 PM EDT
Saturday, July 16, 2011
I went to the city and saw two familiar faces: Pippy, who lived in my town for a while (originally from Ash's town Onett), and Static, who has lived in my GameCube town for 7+ years.
Back in town, the Bug-Off was going on today, hosted by Nat (my friend Abbey's boyfriend Tongue out), so I decided to look for bugs as I watered my flowers. Believe it or not, I don't think I've participated in the Bug-Off before.
Ruby was in the lead with a 55-point jewel beetle. I tried donating a miyama stag I still had from last night, and it scored 49 points. Then, I caught a dynastid beetle (strong, tough, AND awesome), but it only scored 54 shy of Ruby's top score. But after a while, I found a Hercules beetle, which netted me 116 points. It put me well into the lead with only about 20 minutes to go in the competition. My reward was a black bishop.
Later in the day, I started up the game again. Jorge wanted to play, so I opened my gate. He hadn't been in my town for a long time, so he caught up with all my animals. We visited with a lot of them, and made fun of them in the process.
I got a letter confirming I won the Bug-Off, and I received my bug trophy. Just after 1:00 a.m. (when Nook 'n' Go closed), I started noticing some rare bugs. So we started bug hunting. I was hitting the jackpot. I caught three cyclommatuses, three scarab beetles, a golden stag, an elephant beetle, tons of goliath beetles, an oak silk moth, and more. I even caught some good fish, including a blue marlin and a hammerhead shark. I couldn't sell my catches, but I think it was the best bug/fish hunt I ever had. Here are a few other pictures I took tonight, including one of Ruby contemplating something stupid. Tongue out

Posted by jvgsjeff at 12:01 AM EDT
Updated: Sunday, July 17, 2011 12:43 PM EDT
Friday, July 15, 2011
Friday Night Forest and Wisp

Here's the video of my Wisp encounter tonight.

Before opening my gate, I made a quick trip to the city. It paid off, because it was raining there. I came back to Forest and opened my gate about 10:07 p.m. Bushido came in right away, and Ronnie (dressed as a clown) was right behind him. I found an empty lamp on my bridge.









A couple minutes later, TZ came in, dressed as Bushido. She seems to change her look every week, but I certainly wasn't expecting her to look like Bushy, so I got a big laugh out of that. I joked about not being to tell Bushy and TZ apart, and I carried the joke on way too long. Well past the point of being funny at all. Tongue out I found a four-leaf clover near my house. I also ran into Curly, who found a way to make himself more appealing. Mmm, ham.









We were catching fish and bugs for a while, and Ronnie was entertaining us with bubbles.









We also hung out in my house for a while.

















There was some unfortunate drama that hastened the end of the party. So by 11:35 or so, everyone was gone. I left my gate open until midnight, but nobody else showed up. So I closed the gate and decided to look for Wisp, since I found the empty lamp in town earlier. But first, I listened in on a conversation between Curly and Del.









I walked around town and didn't see Wisp. I was about to give up when...









I found Wisp and gave him the lamp. He told me to rub it in the attic of my house, so I did. Of the choices he gave me, it was an easy decision. I didn't have weeds that needed to be pulled or roaches that needed to be squashed, so I took the furniture. Turned out to be the paper lantern. Nothing exciting.

Posted by jvgsjeff at 12:01 AM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, April 2, 2013 12:00 AM EDT
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Huh? I'm a mail carrier!

One day after seeing an old friend (Kiki) in the city, I saw another former villager. Antonio was there, so I said hello.









Back in town, I watered my flowers. No new black roses today. I saw Pete, whose presence closed the book on any chances of Gulliver's UFO flying by this week. (The UFO can only appear Monday through Thursday).









One last note: Happy Birthday, Robin!

Posted by jvgsjeff at 10:44 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, April 1, 2013 11:52 PM EDT

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