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PIMD: What to trade or keep?

Party in my dorm tutorial -What to trade or keep?

Items you cannot give away, trade or even gift:

Pets or Pet Supply Boxes

Hunt collection items (Most)

Timer boxes

Lite Boxes

Cash

Extra Credit

Pim Key

Furniture Key

Avatars

You can drop the following for other people at their parties but you cannot trade or gift these:

Cats

Bikinis

Good items to trade:

Shards

Furniture

Stat Items

Spinner Items

What to keep:

Bentos

Chibis

This is considered currency in PIMD.  It’s good to save all of these.  I would only use these when you absoltuely have too.

*Note*

A lot of people will overprice items and want you to pay in bentos or chibis.   I was looking for a certain type of shards and wanted to trade with somebody.

I got so many posts on my wall where people said you can buy these shards for me for  “Blank” amount of bentos.  You do not need to accept these trades.

There are plenty of people who will trade without bentos or chibis.

Hunt Boxes:

People on the game will want to sell their hunt boxes (the ones that are tradeable) for bentos and chibis.  Do not buy them.  This is a rip off because in order to open these

boxes, you will need pim keys and in order to get pim keys, you need to pay real money and lots of it.  If you pay for these using bentos or chibis, you are basically paying twice.

How to get extra hunt boxes?

If you are willingly to pay real money to open these boxes, you can ask in chat if somebody will gift or trade with you for some.  There are a lot of people that do not want these boxes and will just gift them to you.

If you go the trade route, I would trade other items that are not bentos or chibis for them.

Good items to gift at Cat or Pizza Bikini parties:

If always expected in most clubs to gift the dropper of the cat or pizza bikini because the cat or bikini can cost real money and you need these items in order for the party to start.

Here’s a list of good gifts: (1 gift is usually acceptable unless otherwise noted)

Stat items

Amps

Chibis (Some people give these – I don’t)

Furniture (Not starter furniture)

Current hunt boxes(Some people don’t want hunt boxes because they don’t have the funds to open them-Check first)

Spinner Items

Here’s the bad list:

Non-stat items

1 Shard (If you have to give shards – give 5 to 10)

Old hunt boxes

Wallpaper or flooring (This is a dull gift)


			

PIMD: How to sell piggy banks?

Party In My Dorm Tutorial: How to sell piggy banks.

Go to the “Shop” at the bottom menu.


Scroll down to MISC


Click on the pig.

It will have a pop up with the option of buying or selling.

It will also tell you how many piggy banks you currently have.



If you have some to sell, click on “Sell” and enter the amount.



Then click on “Ok”

All the cash will go into your bank.

You get 7,500,000 for each bank.

PIMD: fave chat quotes

I am on vacation using my lil iPad to make this post. Since, it is Christmas tomorrow, I thought I would share a few unexpected quotes from various people in “Party in my dorm” iPad game. PIMD is currently my fave time waster game. The chat is always super thirsty yet entertaining at the same time. Here ya go! Merry Christmas!

PIMD: Terminology Explained

This is for the game “Party in my dorm”  for the IPAD. There is a ton of terminology for this game and some of it is not too easy to figure out.  I’ll attempt to try to break this down.

PARTY & CLUB TERMINOLOGY
POTD Party of the day
HYPNOCAT Premium Party – Somebody has to drop a hypnocat before the party will start. You get extra loot and cash from these parties but the Hypnocat needs to be bought first or won.
PIZZA BIKINI Premium Party – Same as Hypnocat but a pizza bikini needs to be dropped first before the party starts.
TYFC Thank you for the cat
TYFB Thank you for the bikini
TYFD Thank you for the drop
OPEN CAT or KINI Clubs that open up premium parties for non members to join in
SWF Some clubs / members are into Strip Farm Wars. Basically, stripping another player of everything they have.   I don’t know much about this since I’m not really into doing that.
GIFT DROPPER Means to send a gift to the person who drops a cat or bikini at the premium party
DNS Doctor Notes
CC Club Chat
CS Combined Stats
TRADE TERMINOLOGY
WMO Wall me offers
C a simple “C” usually followed after a number means “Chibis”
B a simple “B” followed after a number means “Bento”
TRADE You have to friend somebody before you can trade with them
BOXES If somebody wants to trade or buy boxes – it usually means the current hunt boxes.
STARRED If somebody wants to sell or trade their “Starred” that is in reference of items in their inventory that they have starred that show up on a certain section of their profile.
SPINNER Some people are looking for “Spinner Items” This is items from the spinner game that you have to save points in order to play. The Spinner items change frequently.
STATS Those are items in your iventory that boost your statistics higher. If you click on items in your inventory – it tells you if they have stats or not.
SHARDS These are zodiac shards that when you earn enough will form a unique avie.   You need an unreal amount to do anything with but people are always looking for them.
OTHER TERMINOLOGY
EC Extra Credit – You need to use real money to get these.
Tuts Tutors
HMU Hit me up – means to message that person
RP Roleplay
WTF What the fuck
HAI Hi
PUP Pupil
ROLES A list of story lines that you are willing to roleplay
SUB Submissive
TF The Fuck
IRL In real life
TIMER Timer boxes that you have to wait several hours for them to unlock

 

 

IPAD Games: Animation Throwdown -What are these things??

How to get various items in the game:

Giggitywatts You can recycle un-used cards and you can also get this item from rewards / quests.

What you can do with them:  Used to upgrade cards

Coins:  Coins can be earned in the arena and from events.  Animation Throwdown seems to have endless events so it’s always a good place to get coins.

What you can do with them:  Used to buy extra cards, upgrade cards and start a guild.

Gems: You can buy gems for real money and I have received some as rewards from various quests.

What you can do with them:  Used in the shop, buy cards, speed up research, refill energy…pretty much anywhere to encourage you to buy more with real money.

Wonder Wharf Coins: You earn these in challenge battles.

What you can do with them:  Used to purchase items in the Challenge shop.

Hero Tokens:  You can randomly earn hero tokens in area battles.

What you can do with them:  Used to upgrade / level up your hero.

Gold Turds: You can earn these as rewards or in the adventure section.

What you can do with them:  Used to open various things in the store.

Stones:  There are various types of stones and you can mostly earn them through special events.

What you can do with them:   Merging a lot of them together (of the same type) will give you special cards.

IPAD Games: Animation Throwdown Tips & Hints

Animation Throwdown

Beginner tips:

Quests: Follow them

Keep following all those quests especially in the beginning.

They are relatively simple and offer bonus rewards.

Decks: 

Customize your deck as soon as possible.

How:  Go to the “Deck” option on the main menu.

Turn “Auto Deck” off.

The top row is the deck, you are playing with.  The bottom is all your extra cards.

Drag and drop your cards that you do not want to the bottom row.

Place all the better cards into the top row.

The pink, blue and green are the better cards.  The gray cards are the lowest tier.

Upgrade: 

Level up your cards

You do not need to level up all your cards.  Start with the rarer ones in your deck. (Pink, Blue & Greens)

Still in your deck option from the front menu, click on one card from your deck.

Once you click it, there is an option to upgrade the card at the bottom.

In order to level the card up, you will need some “Giggitywatts” or “Coins.”

How much it takes to level up a card depends on how rare it is.

You can also hit the “Max Out” button at the top of the card if you just want to max the card out.

Fuse:

Make your card even more powerful!

When you have maxed out / leveled up two identical cards, you can fuse them together to make one better card.

I do this a lot with my extra grey cards because you are going to need grey cards in your deck, so you might as well make them as powerful as they can be.

Research:

Research those combos!

During battles, you can stack cards onto other cards if the combo has been researched.

Click on “Research” from the main menu.

Click on one of the research pods and pair two cards together.  It usually takes a few hours to a day to research most combos. (It depends on the rarity of cards on how long it takes)

I pick one card out of my deck and try to research as many combos with that card.  Basically, keep doing research until every card in my deck can be paired with another card or multi cards.

You can also obtain rare cards from research.

Money:

Buying extra cards……

You do not need to buy extra cards if you level up your cards and research combos.

If you just want to support the creators and get rare cards faster, then go for it.

 

Covet Fashion: Challenge Guidance Tip

Covet Fashion: Challenge Tip

Some of the challenges provide additional clues other than the picture and description.  You will see a bar, close to the top, highlighted in pink. (See picture)  Click the bar.  This will open up a new pop-up window showing clothing items that are geared towards the theme.  These items are not required.  Some of those items might already be in your closet or you can buy them.  Whether you buy them or not, it’s a good guide to tell where the theme is going and how other players are going to be dressing their character.

Props

Some challenges also will have a little box in the corner that resembles a wand.  This is the prop options.  The challenge will allow you to use props in three different areas of the picture. Covet does not have a huge prop collection but props are free so if it fits the theme go for it.

Covet Fashion: Enable Rally

How to enable rallies:

You must belong to a Fashion House first.

Click on “Runaway Rally” at the top.

Scroll down and you will see “Rally Participation” with a toggle switch.

Toggle this on if you want to participate, toggle off if you do not.

Head of House or Officers have to start the rally but you have to enable it before one starts.

If you enable it after the rally has started; you will not be included until the next rally.

Covet Fashion: Tips for beginners

Tips for beginners:

 

Daily:  Every day, Covet rewards you with 100 diamonds and 20 tickets.

 

Enter daily challenge.:

This is the best challenge to enter everyday because there is no restrictions and you earn $500 covet cash just for entering.

I like this one because I can put on any unworn outfit and enter.  I don’t ever expect a high score with this one since I’m using whatever outfit I have but eventually that daily 500 cash adds up!

Flashback Challenges:

If you are a beginner and low on funds, do not enter the flash back challenges.  These challenges can be really expensive!

The flashback challenges require several pieces from previous seasons and if you do not have those items, you will have to buy them.

Jet Set Challenges:

You can do the jet set challenges as many times as you want.

You do not earn prizes with these challenges but you do earn stars.  Stars will help you unlock other jet set levels and you can earn 500 diamonds.

Jet Set Challenges usually only last 8 hours and voting begins.  So you find out results pretty quick. These challenges are also easy to win.

Series Challenges:

If you have the funds to spend, do the series challenges.  These are like 5 to 8 challenges.

If you do all of them, the prizes are really good and this is only for entering them all!

The only thing that really sucks as a beginner, you usually have to buy 2 to 4 pieces per challenge.

Borrow:

You can borrow items from Facebook friends and if you are in a fashion house – you can borrow them too.

You can only borrow 1 item per challenge.

Style:

Pairing the right hair and makeup can bring up the score of your look when it comes to voters.

Eventually, in higher levels, details are going to be very important. (Jewelry, handbags, etc.)

I noticed short hair and albino skin do not do well in voting.  Voters tend to like long hair and tanned/darker skin tones. (Just my opinion though)

You can view the top looks on the front page and that will give you a good idea on how people vote.  I noticed a lot of voters have shit taste too.  I don’t know why.

Diamonds:

If you are going to buy diamonds, wait until Covet Fashion has a sale.  They have a lot of sales!

Challenge Themes:

All the challenges have some sort of theme going on.  Pay attention to the picture and the description of the theme.

Many voters will not vote for your look if it resembles nothing to the theme.

Funds:

Save your funds and only buy what you need for a challenge.  Items cost an arm and a leg and you will run out of money very quickly.

When you do have to buy something, keep in mind that you might need that outfit in another challenge.  Pick items that can be paired with other things.

Likes:

Likes do nothing to help you.  It just shows that somebody thought your outfit was cool.  It does not help with voting.

Unworn & Season:

Max your unworn & season bonus if you can.  This can put a 3.5 score outfit over 4.0 which will land you a prize.

Edit:

You can edit an outfit up until it’s closed out for voting.   This is handy if you don’t have the covet cash to buy something.  Enter the challenge anyway, get the entry reward and then edit the outfit and buy the item you need with it.

Tucking in Shirts:

There is a tuck button that will tuck in a shirt.  This will give your outfit an entirely different look and is helpful if a lot of people are going to be wearing the same look and you want to set yourself apart.

Models:

You can switch from classic to modern models as many times as you want.  If you entered a challenge with one type of model, you have to stay with the model until the challenge is over.

Pro Tip:

Do not try to enter every challenge.  This game can be addicting and you can end up paying a lot of real money to play it.  Start with the Jet Set & Daily Challenges. Save your diamonds and $500 covet cash for a few days and then enter another challenge.  Pacing yourself is key.

Covet Fashion: How to change your name.

How to change your stylist name:

Under your profile at the top, there is a little pencil / pen icon

Click the icon and a new box will pop up

This will give you the option to change your name.

Type in your new name and hit submit.

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