Bat villagers from Magician’s Quest
(aka an Animal Crossing like game you need to play)
(which has dating in it)
ACNL Fans I recommend this seriously!
Magician’s Quest : Mysterious Times is great! (Known as 365 Days of Pointy Hats and Magic in Japan!) Its Animal Crossing but with loads more! Over 150 Villagers each ranging from Robots and Demons to Cats and Plants! Its for the DS and there is also a 3DS Sequel in Japan!!!
-Not only can you date people in your town, you are a wizard in training! Go to class with other classmates in town! You can even pass notes in class XD
-Mushrooms and Flowers are all day everyday! Money? Grow berries in the garden on the dorm top floor or ask Charlie for berry prices!
-Catch bugs or fish and give them to the Encyclopedias for rare gems and fossils!
-Make it rain, and cast a rainbow! Wanna put on a show? Cast a spell and wave your staff with good timing and make shooting stars appear!
-Buy ingredients to cast powerful spells. You can even confess with a rose to another classmate in chance of them falling in love!
-Go get a drink at the Limelight and have your fortune told at the noodle stand. Take a date or a friend with for extra fun!
-There are no “Loan Payments” and such! You live in a dorm and can have a total of four players. Buy furniture and place literally anything you find in your dorm!
-Cast spells as you level up and earn new incantations! Some spells that I like most are “Love Insight” -find out who a certain villager loves or even try a “Transformation” spell to take the form of another classmate!
-Learn to play music on any instrument like the flute or guitar! Hum if its more your style! Maybe other classmates passing by will join in.
-Go check out the haunted house in hopes of snagging treasure before the ghosts get you! I suck at this yet I will master it I swear to god…
-Buy anything and store it at the bank. Your tiny closet isn’t enough. That’s why without charge you can store stuff without limit.
-But best of all… Solve Mysteries during Mystery Time!!! Catch weird bugs like Mandrakes and Ancient Dragonflies only caught during this time! Solve the mystery and win trophies and grow as a master wizard! Get evaluated and even get cooler staffs and hats!
Ok my rant is finished! GO CHECK IT OUT SERIOUS THOUGH
PS: Since the release and such due to Animal Crossing being so popular if you do search this its price is way low I mean I bought it at full price about a year after its release so yeah
Now why not just go and try it its only five bucks because AC got the best of them but its still a decent game. Promise. Its like Harry Potter-Animal Crossing mmkay? So, good luck and keep crossing! Love you all!
^ THIS THIS THIS
If you have disney on demand it should be showing up right now or go here http://watchdisneyxd.go.com/ I was able to watch both eps easily but trying to down them? Is super tough blahh
I’m tired of the angry messages, arguments, and other ilk. Most of it coming from 10 year olds that have owned ball pythons for a few months. The fact is you need to get your info from a vet. No one chiming in has been able to provide proof of their argument other than “you’re dumb” or “my friend breeds them and has done it for 15 years”. This is no longer fun for me and I’m likely disbanding the blog.
Go right ahead.
It appears that you like to get yourself involved in fights that you can’t win. You’ve been seen giving bad advice for dogs, bad advice for reptiles, and making incorrect online diagnosis to animals that you have not seen, touched, examined, or have had any previous knowledge or experience with.
As far as what I’ve personally seen, the people that argued your assumptions are all adults who have and have kept various species of snakes for years, myself included.
Almost everyone that has reblogged things from you arguing your bad advice have provided good arguments and valid points as to why you are wrong and why your statements have been incorrect and you seem to have a profound ability to ignore any logic that disproves your statements that’s thrown your way, but you’re more than happy to acknowledge people that support you who don’t know any better.
No one is making you leave. If you decide to deactivate your blog that is entirely 100% your choice and your decision alone and not the fault of anyone who has pointed out that you have given out advice that can be harmful to people’s pets. What’s even more horrifying is that I see people reblogging your advice, claiming that it’s good info only because you are a vet so you must be 100% correct.
I would think that if you’re old enough to go to veterinary school in the first place, you’d also be mature enough to not stomp your feet every time people have valid concerns with what you put out there.
You are completely and totally correct. People need to get their info from a vet. And whatever vet they choose, I do hope to god that it’s not you.
Just because you are a vet does not mean you are providing the correct information. Your certification does not make you the all knowledgable being about animal care. Insulting people and looking down on them is not how a vet should act.
I have owned my ball python for 17 years. My leopard gecko? 15. Most of the people who are correcting your information are adults 19 years of age and over, as Reptilla mentioned above.
As a vet, is is YOUR job to stay on top of information. You cannot just go to school and stop your learning there. Information is always changing. Before you put out “Care sheets” you need to do your own research and make sure your own information is correct.
Stop getting so butthurt about people telling you some of your information is wrong. You are the one acting like a child in these situations. You need to see your mistakes, read up on them, and then make the necessary changes instead of whining and complaining and fighting people about it.
Go to some reptile forums, read up on their care sheets, shit, even email some good breeders and ask for their information. Information is not gathered through one source. You must go through several sources to make sure it is correct. Forums that are good and have good breeders on them are almost always the best way to do that. Ask some questions about how they keep their animals and most of them will happily oblige.
Well said, I’m not happy with the care sheets about hamsters at all.
Aside from cypress bedding I don’t agree with this person about limiting a hamster’s diet to pellets only and avoid any seeds. Seeds and grains can be low in fat too. Also he mentioned that crickets and mealworms (and meat items) are not healthy for hamsters? I have to disagree, since hamsters eat insects in the wild. While it’s true that with seed mixes hamsters might be picky, this is not always true. Most times people just give too much food to begin with. I think variety stimulates hamsters who are naturally foragers.
why do people have like 74973 different names for these
AKA: A Comprehensive Argument as to Why I Hate Cesar Millan:
Every one of Cesar Millan’s clients and fans has two things in common: they love their dogs and they don’t know the first thing about training them. An untrained dog in a household can be a burden and a pain, or even dangerous,…
I love how these are the same cover just different backgrounds.
the greatest plan in history
While you tie your shoelaces, I’ll steal your frying pan
But who the fuck carries a small frying pan with them outside?
Isn’t this like hollowing out a corpse, then putting someone else’s organs inside and cooking them?
i was expecting the other fandom
i was expecting the other fandom
"So sweet, so cute, like a pineberry, birds can’t have enough."
Q-Tip, my extra tiny extra adorable baby Syrian ham. c:
(She’s still with her mother and siblings, don’t worry.)
Cutie ;w; <3
For those who are asking, Ep. 9 “The Stakeout” is playing on Amazon Instant Video. It costs $2.99 to purchase the episode in HD.
Someone grab it on put online somehere else.