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Nintendo has provided me with an advance copy of Disney Magical World, which is now available for Nintendo 3DS. It has some gameplay similarities to Animal Crossing, while also featuring over 60 Disney characters. I'll be writing about the game and providing regular updates as I progress through the game. Want to start from the beginning?

Day 19: Expert Rod

I want to start off this blog with a helpful tip for finding rare items. I've mentioned this in the comments before, but I've decided to include it in a blog entry as well. If you're looking for a certain item, there are two things you can do to improve your odds of getting it.

When you're at the episode selection screen, press the Y button to view a list of all the possible items you can acquire in that episode. If the item you're looking for isn't on the list, don't waste time on that level--look for a different one. The other thing only applies if you've unlocked the charms from Miss Teri. If you have, pay her some "nice points" for the charm that increases the likelihood of rare items showing up. She won't have that charm available every day, but when she does, it's well worth using.

After buying an Aladdin magic lamp ornament at McDuck's, I earned a secret sticker for spending 100,000 coins at McDuck's. That was my 67th sticker, so I now have two-thirds of all stickers in the game. I then replayed some Aladdin action stages to try to get some garnet bubbles so I could upgrade my fishing rod. I was able to acquire two of them, but I still needed one more.

Later on, I returned to McDuck's and solved Huey's riddle, which counts as a favor. I was then able to take a commemorative photo with Huey, Duey, and Louie! Donald and Daisy also joined in the photo. That earned me my 68th sticker.

Duck, duck, goose.
I visited Kizlit's DayDream cafe and saw her teddy bear collection.

So cute they're almost unbearable.
Kizlit told me that she got them from scanning some Japanese AR codes. I do have two links that have some Japanese AR codes you can scan (courtesy of Catherine--thanks!), and the teddy bears should be the last few AR codes on the first link: Link 1 and Link 2.

I went to go on a new action quest in Aladdin's world, and along the way, I caught my third garnet bubble from a fish there! But before taking them to Donald, I did a favor for Chip. He asked to take a commemorative photo, so I agreed.

Say Cheese, Donald! OK, now try without spitting on me.
After that, I handed Donald the three garnet bubbles he asked for. In return, he gave me the recipe for the expert fishing rod. I took it over to Chip and I already had the ingredients I needed! Awesome!

Watch out fishies, here I come!
This earned me a sticker for making the ultimate fishing rod. Next, I paid Miss Teri for a fishing charm and then did some fishing around town. In 100 Acre Wood, I caught a fish that gave me peridot bubbles. That earned me a sticker for collecting all twelve types of birthstone bubbles! (Peridot is the birthstone for August). Happy unbirthday, August babies!

That was my 70th sticker, which unlocked some new clothing and furniture recipes...including a cool spaceship set that I'd love to put in my cafe! I just don't have the ingredients for it yet. Also, I'm now able to unlock the third floor of the Magic Dungeon, but I'm going to save that for next time.

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