New World: Forellac
A quick guide on what can be found at the location listed below. Click to enlarge the picture.
New World: Hatchburg Fishery
A quick guide on what can be found at Hatchburg Fishery in First Light.
Click the picture to enlarge. I misspelled lifebloom in the picture. (It’s not lifeblood…although, that’s a cool name)
PIMD: How to sell your dorm
How to sell your dorm:
First, I will explain what that means when somebody in chat is saying they are selling their dorm.
When a person wants to sell their dorm, this does not mean they want to sell their account, they are actually selling all the items on display in their dorm room.
To view these items, you would have to click the person’s profile and then use the “Enter Room” button.
To purchase or trade:
In order to purchase these items, you will first need to friend the person.
Open a chat with the person and hit the trade button.
Why are they selling their dorm?
Lots of people like to collect the whole dorm room theme and sell them for bentos.
It usually takes quite a bit of time to collect a whole themed room and it’s not easy.
Whole themed dorm room prices will vary. It will depend on rarity and what level the pieces are at.
Furniture items are usually exchanged for bentos.
The 499 & 999 items are going to be the most expensive. 999 items are a minimum of 15 bentos and higher.
I have seen 999 item go for 70 bentos. (I think that’s too high though) but level does play a major factor in how much something sells for.
499 & 999 are also the hardest to obtain or win.
A 499 item is going to be around 10 bentos (maybe higher)
A bed or desk – around 2 to 5 bentos.
The items that don’t level up aren’t worth even 1 bento. Those are the floors, wallpaper and some of the wall hangings.
The lamp, table, shelf, shelf items, chair and other floor item can usually start around 1 to 5 bentos (maybe higher depending on level and rarity.)
PIMD: A rough price guide
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|
|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.|
|EC||Extra Credit – You need to use real money to get these.|
|HMU||Hit me up – means to message that person|
|WTF||What the fuck|
|ROLES||A list of story lines that you are willing to roleplay|
|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
Quests: Follow them
Keep following all those quests especially in the beginning.
They are relatively simple and offer bonus rewards.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
BDO: New Shai Class
New Shai Class
· Limited Skills.
· The range of her boomerang (Florang) was a lot to be desired.
· The boomerang was not the greatest at mob killing. (Was not horrible either)
· She rides a donkey. A donkey, even one leveled up, is not worth very much. You cannot register a donkey on the horse market.
· Shai is a good character but probably not a class that you want to use strictly for fighting. PVP would be tough with her.
· She definitely does not have the power behind her like other characters. I do not think she would do well with Rift/World Bosses even with equipment leveled up to the max. (Just an opinion though)
Note I have now reached level 56 so where the fuck is her awakening weapon? Does she have one? Will she have one? Grrrrr.
· She is as cute as a button when she is slaughtering monsters and tiny villages.
· Shai is already level professional in Alchemy and Gathering.
· Since Shai does not have a whole lot of skills, it was easy to remember hot keys when using her for combat.
· She ran & jumped the same as a normal sized character.
· The donkey is easier to level up than a horse and eventually, is just as fast as a horse.
· Shai has a skill where she can heal her allies. I do not know anybody that I want to heal but if I were feeling generous, that would be a good option.
· Her outfits are adorable.
· It was relatively easy to level her up through combat.
· She is a great character/class for life skilling. I believe that is what Shai is designed for.
Picture of my lil Shai! She is just chilling with her donkey “Freak.”
Click to enlarge. (Picture is not edited)