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Thursday, November 20, 2014
Fishing Requests

Chester was talking about how cool fossils are today. I thought he was asking me to find one for him, but apparently it was just a regular conversation.











I dug up a pitfall seed, so I decided to use it on the next animal I saw: Ed. He tried to play it off, acting like it was his own strength that caused him to fall into the ground, but he was clearly angry afterwards. 











Friga asked me to catch a bitterling for her, so I started fishing in the river. It didn't take me long to catch what I was looking for. I took it to Friga, and she rewarded me by giving me a storefront.











My newest neighbor Genji was locked out of his house! I wanted to make a good impression on him, so I returned to the river for some more fishing. After a few minutes, I caught his key!











I took it to Genji, and he rewarded me with a sink. 











To my surprise, he actually did go inside his house once he had the key. Sometimes you'll take an animal their key and they'll still stand around outside anyway. 

Posted by jvgsjeff at 7:50 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, November 20, 2014 7:51 PM EST
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Genji Arrives

Sunday was the 6th anniversary of Animal Crossing: City Folk, so it's time for my yearly slideshow of pictures. So without further ado, here is my look back at the sixth year of ACCF, which included the end of online play.

If you have any trouble playing the embedded video above, you can also view it on Youtube.

When I checked my mail today, I found a letter from Chip. He congratulated me on winning Saturday's fishing tournament, and he sent me my prize, a silver trophy.

Chester was outside my house, saying that holding a shovel makes him look tough. Dude, it's impossible for a panda to look tough. Nothing personal.











A bit later, I saw Chester standing underneath the cliff. I couldn't resist sprinkling some water on his head. Take that, tough guy.











To my surprise, I found a new house in one of my former flower-breeding areas. This spot has not been used by villagers very often, so it feels weird having a house there.











When I went inside, I saw that Genji was my new neighbor!











I know Genji quite well, because he's lived in my GameCube town for at least 10 years or so. He's pretty cool, and it's good to have him in town. He instantly becomes one of my three favorite current villagers, along with Lily and Fang. Broccolo, who I didn't care for at first, has grown on me and is probably my 4th favorite villager at the moment. 

Meanwhile, Fang was also walking around with a shovel. He said it made him feel like an explorer. He said he's going to dig a hole so deep, he'll find another country at the bottom! Good luck with that.











I'll be back with another update tomorrow, so I hope to see you then! 

Posted by jvgsjeff at 5:15 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 11:44 PM EST
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Carp Fishing Tourney

As soon as I started up the game today, Broccolo greeted me and told me that carp was the fish I needed to catch for the fishing tournament. That saved me a chat with Chip, and that's a good thing. Chip likes to ramble on, as you may already know.











I went in Lily's house to say hello, but she wasn't very polite! 











As I started fishing for carp, I noticed the acre dividing line in the river. It's not the first time I've noticed it, of course, but I don't think I've taken a picture of it. At least not lately. Actually it's a bit harder to see in this small version of the picture, but it was quite obvious when playing on my TV screen. Still, you can see it if you look closely.











I kept my eyes open for carp, and I kept fishing until I broke Fang's record with a 34.4 inch fish. Chip gave me a Diver Dan as my prize.











At that point, I wasn't interested in fishing any more, so I just left the game on for a while. After 6:00, I returned to see if my fish held on to the top spot to win the tournament. It did! A winner is you!











Chip told me he'll send my prize to me in the mail. 

Posted by jvgsjeff at 10:06 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, November 15, 2014 10:30 PM EST
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
I'm Not the Mayor

I got a letter from Fang in the mail today, thanking me for the medicine I gave him recently. He also sent me a fire hydrant along with the letter. I'm not sure I understand the significance of it, but thanks, I guess.

There was a new message on the bulletin board, stating that snow flurries begin falling this month. Winter is indeed on the way.











I visited Angus briefly, and he told me not to touch his stuff on a bun. I wasn't going to!











Bunnie was outside, telling me she locked herself out of her house.











That's nice. See ya later. 

When I went to visit Ed, he told me to watch my step because he thought he saw a tumbler. But whose Tumblr was it? 











I saw Wendell walking around outside, glurgling and blurgling all over the place.











His rewards are just patterns, which I have no need for. So...no soup for you! Hey, I'm not the mayor in this game; I'm not obligated to help. Tongue out

Posted by jvgsjeff at 10:22 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 10:23 PM EST
Saturday, November 8, 2014
Kiki's Surprise Exit

I checked my mail today, and I received a letter I did not want to read. It was a goodbye letter...from Kiki! My favorite villager left without warning!











And this was not her first time leaving me. She lived in my town previously and moved out in 2009 or so. I hate how the good animals leave, while animals like Mallary and Derpy Bunnie stick around forever.

I also had a letter from "Mom" in the mail, and she sent me some medicine in case I caught a cold. I was feeling fine, but that medicine came in handy when I visited Fang and saw he was still sick.











I spoke with Friga, and she asked me for an armor suit! What on Earth would a penguin need a suit of armor for?











And over by Nook 'n' Go, Angus was telling me that Tom Nook was a wild child when he was younger!











I finished up my night with some Saturday night music in the Roost. I asked K.K. for a random song, and he performed K.K. Dixie for me. 


Posted by jvgsjeff at 10:00 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, November 8, 2014 10:01 PM EST

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