2B00-0046-7AE2Date of Visit: November 9, 2013
2nd Visit: April 1, 2017
Villagers: Bunnie, Mott, Bud, Rex, Mint, Lionel, Rory, Rosie, Leopold, Elvis (as of 4/1/17)
Previous Dream Addresses:
Right near the bed, I found a famous mushroom. I can't resist these things.
The gray paths look really nice, as do the lion pictures. The lion patterns actually spell out "LION" with the town tree representing the "O."
Here's a look at the fire pit and just one of the special tree stumps.
One of the four human residents lives in a tent.
This was the first actual house I came to, although I would soon find out it's actually a school.
Bud told me to take my time and check out the town. That's some very good advice.
Nearby, I found some beans. You can keep throwing beans anywhere you want, as much as you want. It's quite a bit of fun! Why even go to school when you can throw beans all day?
Eventually, I did go inside the schoolhouse and I was amazed by how well-done it is. This is the first classroom.
The back room seems like it could be the teacher's office perhaps.
On the right is the science lab. This is really impressive.
And the nurse's office is on the left.
The music room is in the basement, with a variety of musical instruments. This is one of the best New Leaf houses I've ever seen.
I went to meet Mott, who is a lion villager of course.
Back outside, the cube sculpture is in a great spot and looks incredible with these tiles on the ground and the street lamps nearby.
The train station has a number of presents on the ground for dream visitors to use.
They include a cup of coffee, a bubble wand, and several clothing items. This is what I looked like after putting the clothes on.
I wasn't sure what to make of the second house I reached. It's certainly nice, but it feels a bit crowded with all of these items in it.
The kitchen is particularly elaborate.
And this room is best described as the lion room. It has two merlions, five lion villager pics, and several other lion pictures displayed as well.
The upstairs isn't quite as fancy, but it's pleasant.
And the basement is a very cool arcade and snack shop.
Every aspect of this town is beautiful.
The final house seems to be a restaurant.
And in the basement, the chef is preparing food while someone else uses a vintage telephone.
Even the beach is gorgeous, with blankets on the sand and a colorful variety of flowers all around.
There's even a lion-themed face-cutout standee.
Whether you like lions or not, this town is simply gorgeous and extremely well-designed. It's the best dream town I've visited so far, and I'm not lion! Make sure you give Lion Town a visit!
UPDATE, April 1, 2017: Lion Town is back online with a dream address of 2B00-0046-7AE2! Some things have changed, but it's still a very beautiful town, of course!