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#1 Sep 27 2011 at 1:15 PM Rating: Excellent
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Go play!

Ok, fine, some more on it. Glitch is a really unique game and probably my favorite MMO I've reviewed for ZAM to date. It was in Beta for a long time but finally launched this morning after an almost-complete reset (beta testers get to keep their avatar's looks, a couple special and nonfunctional items, and a humorous gift for participating in Beta).

The point of the game? There isn't really a point. There's no real fighting, and a big focus on crafting and social aspects. You can do a bunch of quests or achievements, buy a house (and customize some of it), learn skills about everything from levitation to tool repair. A lot of the fun is just going around exploring the world; it's constantly changing because of players' actions. Animals and plants can vary in a location from day to day. And players are incredibly creative, starting up groups to gather resources, throw parties, or mess with people.

Ok, enough of all that. Go check it out! I'm in the game as Locke, by the way.
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#2 Sep 27 2011 at 2:40 PM Rating: Good
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Link fail.

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I think they might be admitting people in bursts. I signed up, but they just said they'll email me sometime in the future.

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#3 Sep 27 2011 at 2:45 PM Rating: Excellent
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There was no link; Togikagi put up his blurb after I created this topic Smiley: grin

http://www.zam.com/story.html?story=27849
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#4 Sep 27 2011 at 2:48 PM Rating: Good
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Lol, that's why I said you failed. :P I debated a LMGTFY link, but I'm lazy.
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#5 Sep 28 2011 at 1:23 PM Rating: Good
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Okay, I'm in (idiggory). I'm really enjoying it--it's like if you made EVE into an indy game, cut out content and the crazy market, and added hilarity.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Okay, I'm in (idiggory). I'm really enjoying it--it's like if you made EVE into an indy game, cut out content and the crazy market, and added hilarity.


Pretty much Smiley: lol I described it as EVE's learning schedule with PG-rated Kingdom of Loathing humor and some Civilization gameplay aspects (as you get to build new zones and whatnot). Glad you're liking it so far!

Also, FYI, once you learn 20 skills, each subsequent skill you learn increases the learning time by a small percent. I would imagine it might be worth learning some higher tier skills before you hit the 20 limit; I'm at Animal Kinship VI, for example, and hope to learn the final tier before hitting the limit. Should shave a day or two off the time if I was to wait until I had 25-30 skills.
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#7 Sep 29 2011 at 7:13 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah. And I went ahead and grabbed the two +learning skills.

I'm liking how everything melds together nicely, eventually.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Yeah. And I went ahead and grabbed the two +learning skills.

I'm liking how everything melds together nicely, eventually.

What I found from Beta is that, while the crating skills allow you to make good stuff (food that restores hundreds of energy, cocktails that give you nifty buffs), they also require a TON of ingredients on your person. They also have rather low time requirements (maybe 3-4 hours for the second and final tiers?), so I'd hold off on them if you can. Furthermore, every food and drink can be bought from specific vendors... or could in Beta at least. That kinda made it more efficient (in my mind) to forego them for a while.

But yes, all the crafting stuff at higher levels requires items from other crafting skills; neat little circle.

My goal is to get out of Groddle, haha. I spent almost all of my time there; need to look at some of the big continents, and the ancestral lands (which seem neat; great quoin rewards, but bandits who steal your items if you run into them, and a time limit of how long you can stay in the zone).
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#9 Sep 29 2011 at 7:57 PM Rating: Good
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That's rather interesting. I'll have to look into that. As of right now, I'm just kinda wandering about and harvesting things. :P My only real goal is to get bags, lol.
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I'm like, not sure what to do in that game...
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#11 Oct 01 2011 at 3:15 AM Rating: Good
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This sounds like a massive waste of time.









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#12 Oct 01 2011 at 10:30 AM Rating: Good
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Really interesting game. I made a character named Missingn0. I'll probably be wasting a lot of time with it.
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#13 Oct 03 2011 at 1:29 PM Rating: Good
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I don't get it, at all.

Maybe i should try to watch some videos of it when i get home.
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I don't get it, at all.

Maybe i should try to watch some videos of it when i get home.

Did you try playing it or just watch the video? The video is pretty trippy; the game itself is pretty easy to pick up. It's mostly exploration and crafting. You kinda make your own goals; again, it's one of those games you will either love or hate.
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I did try it out, played it a little this weekend. I like how casual it appears, so i can just get on and **** around for a few minutes. But i dont see the big picture yet.
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I did try it out, played it a little this weekend. I like how casual it appears, so i can just get on and **** around for a few minutes. But i dont see the big picture yet.


Neither do I, really. I think that's because there isn't one.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
KTurner wrote:
I did try it out, played it a little this weekend. I like how casual it appears, so i can just get on and **** around for a few minutes. But i dont see the big picture yet.


Neither do I, really. I think that's because there isn't one.

This, pretty much. When I talked to the president of the Tiny Speck for the article, he compared the overall idea of Glitch as something akin to Sim City, if you were playing as one of the Sims. You create the world, but at the micro level, not the macro.

Also, you can meet the president in-game; his character name is Stoot Barfield Smiley: grin
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I started playing a couple days ago to see how it is. Pretty fun... but I just bought my first house and started planting stuff in it. I wonder if they will die when I'm not online? And how long before they die. I'm hoping it's not all Farmville on me and only works if I spend every couple hours on the game. I need to be able to work/sleep.
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I am amused. Arya Underfoot and Asha Greyjoy are arguing in chat right now. Woodrow Wilson just told them to stop spoiling the series and MissingNo. just started talking about the changes between the show and the books Smiley: lol

Also, I just finished Mining IV; four freaking days, cut down to three thanks to donating and using the favor on speeding up skills Smiley: sly

No idea about the crops Tirith, sorry. I think they die if they don't have enough water, but I'm not sure how fast the "watered" status lasts... maybe one RL day? Most crops grow in 2-8 hours, I think.

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Ya, I planted a few in the morning, and 11 hours later logged on to play after getting home from work and eating supper. Their water level was still around 25-30% and they were fully grown. It looks like even the fast growing crops last quite some time before drying up. My trees are fully grown and don't care if I miss 10-12 hours. My captured pig is just walking around happily.

I'm learning remote heardkeeping right now, and then going for Animal Kinship 7. Then going after the Gardening/Croppery skills. I haven't touched the mining or alchemy skill tree yet. I've donated all my Music Boxes for Favor, and am working on getting my Mab emblem for Gardening III. So far I got Humbaba and Grendaline.

My in game name is Tharon. I have a small tree house in Krifti Crown in Tamila.

Animal, Cooking, and Gardening for me so far. I really should learn Teleportation... probably this weekend after I get my Animal skills maxed.
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Ya, I planted a few in the morning, and 11 hours later logged on to play after getting home from work and eating supper. Their water level was still around 25-30% and they were fully grown. It looks like even the fast growing crops last quite some time before drying up. My trees are fully grown and don't care if I miss 10-12 hours. My captured pig is just walking around happily.

I'm learning remote heardkeeping right now, and then going for Animal Kinship 7. Then going after the Gardening/Croppery skills. I haven't touched the mining or alchemy skill tree yet. I've donated all my Music Boxes for Favor, and am working on getting my Mab emblem for Gardening III. So far I got Humbaba and Grendaline.

My in game name is Tharon. I have a small tree house in Krifti Crown in Tamila.

Animal, Cooking, and Gardening for me so far. I really should learn Teleportation... probably this weekend after I get my Animal skills maxed.


All good choices; I'm working on Better Learning (II) now, as I just hit the 20 skill limit and learning times will start to take longer. As soon as they are done I'll grab the refining, alchemy, and Intermediate Ad-mixing skills; I just started to make potions before the Beta ended, and I reaaaaally want to do it again (the shrine powders and feritilite dust are AMAZING). After that I'm thinking of getting the Gardening and Croppery skills; whatever the ones are that increase yields from trees (first) and garden plots (second). Last will be crafting skills; not fun to wait that long, but even with the time increases they shouldn't be more than a few hours each to learn once I get started.

I also think that vendor prices increased since beta for food and drink. I remember buying a bunch of chili (which restored like 170 energy) for 170 currants. I saw some the other day for like 650... ouch. Perhaps getting crafting sooner might have been a good idea...
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Also, a bit of information about learning skills; man, did I have this wrong before...

It appears that there is actually a sliding scale on when learning skills slows down. I originally said "after 20 skills are learned, your learning time slows down" and that's true... but...

Better Learning Skills improve the player's brain capacity, delaying the 3% time penalty. The Better Learning Skills themselves do not add to brain capacity.

With Better Learning I, 21 Skills can be learned without slowing down (22 with Better Learning I included).
With Better Learning II, 24 Skills can be learned without slowing down (26 with Better Learning I & II included).
With Better Learning III, 28 Skills can be learned without slowing down (31 with Better Learning I thru III included).
With Better Learning IV, 32 Skills can be learned without slowing down (36 with Better Learning I thru IV included).
With Better Learning V, 37 Skills can be learned without slowing down (42 with Better Learning I thru V included).

This means that as soon as you hit that 20 skill limit (or right before), start learning Better Learning. It'll save you a TON of time. You also get the speed bonuses as well as the push-back, so with Better Learning V you'll get a limit of 42 (total) skills before you start seeing increasing times, but you also get 20% faster learning on everything.

*Edit: Stoot might be wrong, however, as people are saying that the 5 Better Learning skills do count toward the increased limit. So at Better Learning V you have 32 other skills you can learn before the time starts to increase. This is likely a bug and will hopefully be fixed.

Edited, Oct 7th 2011 11:20am by LockeColeMA
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I have 16 hours left on Mining IV. :P I really need to take this time to unlock Better Learning III...
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
I have 16 hours left on Mining IV. :P I really need to take this time to unlock Better Learning III...

Are you speeding the time up any? I just saw on their Twitter feed that you can now spend emblems to speed up times; not sure how that works, but I think I'll be doing that for my next long skill (likely the next rank of better learning).

I just started Better Learning III and already brought the time down from over 9 hours to a bit over 7. I think I can get it down to maybe 5 or so...
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A note for anyone (but particularly those doing mining): Meditation, and Focused Meditation in particular, is awesome. Meditating will give some mood/energy back, and the cooldown is initially about as long as the time it takes to mine. So you can alternate between mining and meditating to greatly increase your longevity without having to spend any currants on food or potions.

Once you get Focused, you can choose to dedicate all the returns to either mood or energy. I focus energy every 2 times mining and get at least 14 energy back, but usually 16-20 (I've seen as high as 22). Mining costs me 8 energy now (with Mining III). So I can go a veeeery long time before running out of energy.
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Also, has anyone else tried to do this awful quest--Prove your Rock Fighting Mettle?

It's EVIL.
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I've invested quite a bit into my cooking skills. I can usually double my energy spent by creating food, and am right now just storing up some big food items to use during my harvesting rounds. I usually try to hit up all the spice trees, egg plants, and fruit trees I can find. My house has 2 spice trees and a fruit tree. Last night after doing a world run to harvest a bunch of ingredients, I spent the rest of the time trying to finish all my quests I had acquired.

I did find one multi-colored hexagonal key, and stumbled upon the door for it. I entered the first area and wandered around, but instead of moving to the next area and continuing to explore, I decided to go back out. Turns out I couldn't get back in without another key. I was disappointed. I wonder what all is in these locked areas?

As far as storage goes, can I get bigger storage containers for my existing house, or do I have to sell this one and buy another with more storage?
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I haven't grabbed a house yet, which is why I haven't really invested too much in the animal/plant skills. I also haven't really checked out the AH--everything's been going to favor so I can get emblems for skills.
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General answers:

Dig, if you learn to use the blender well enough to make Earthshakers, they remove the Energy cost for mining for... 3 minutes? 5 minutes? One of those. Fantastic way to mine.

Proving your Rook Fighting Mettle is being temporarily removed, I think. Is that the one where you need to break the egg? I found it tough the first time, and easy after you knew where to jump (hint: use the shadowy tree branches).

Tirith: The locked doors are usually "Seam Streets" that link two distant areas. The highlights of them are the trippy graphics and sometimes finding better quoins. I got an exp quoin worth over 300 exp one time.

If your house doesn't have storage containers, yes, you need a new house Smiley: frown I thought every house had a cabinet, but perhaps not...? I believe you can also put bags in the cabinets, giving you a ton more space.
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#30 Oct 07 2011 at 10:24 AM Rating: Good
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It's more the annoyance factor of having to collect the cherries to turn into the fruit needed to make the beverage. :P
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I haven't sold on the Auction House, but I have purchased. Usually cause I'm too lazy to leave my house and want a quick item for a recipe brought to me by the flying frogs.

I bought a cheap 5,000 coin home. It had 3 dirt patches, 12 crop plots, a trophy shelf and an 18 storage closet. Seems enough for me for now. Yesterday I purchased a bunch of bags and a spice rack so I could start organizing my inventory better.

I've dumped most everything valuable into donations. I got some advanced grinder (alchemy?) from that wooden trader guy who shows up randomly (he wanted 1 butterfly lotion for it!) and I donated that, and it filled my donation gauge for Grendaline and gave me an emblem and lotto ticket. :) I don't even think i need lotion anymore to massage butterflies. I've been massaging them and milking them the past couple days without buying or having any lotion in my inventory. Must be because of my Animal Handling skill level.

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I was walking around somewhere between East/West Spice (gathering allspice) and my home in Tamila, and I saw a "Crown Game" rocket. For 50 Currents I joined a king of the hill style game. Hold onto the crown for 60 seconds and you win.

I won, (only two other players) and got some decent reward exp. But then after I left, I got a HUGE 1000 favor bonus to POT and earned my emblem. All for playing a 1 minute game :)
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What is a crown game rocket exactly?
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It was a yellow colored thing that looked like a Rocket ship with a chimney stack (old oven style) coming off the side? Best as I can describe it.

Clicking on the activation button (red button on the side of it) prompted a "Do you want to pay 50c to play the Crown Game" Message.

Said yes, and it teleported me to a different area, and had a "waiting to start" message. It was one zone with multiple ladders and platforms, and little beer mugs that added time to your score (4 seconds each). Touching a person, just passing through them, stole the crown. First to 60 seconds wins. I wasn't expecting a free 1000 favor for winning, but it was awesome.

I finally finished Remote Herdkeeping. Now I have a feeder and meat collector in my yard, and tomorrow I'm going to look into getting supplies for my egg seasoner to get Butterfly Eggs and a butterfly milker.

I also participated in a new road construction... I provided a total of .73% of the resources.

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http://www.glitch-strategy.com/wiki/Game_of_Crowns

Seems like it may be a permanent structure? If so... seems like something you could easily exploit with a small group of friends.

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I might need to head over there... I meant to have the emblem for... Lem?... by the end of today, so I could go on to BLIII from Mining IV, but it didn't happen.
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...I just won the game and got nothing.
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Well, experience, but nothing else.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Well, experience, but nothing else.


I've done it several times tonight (winning!) and only got 200 exp each time. I think Tirith might have gotten the exp from leveling. Each win it;s 200 exp and 50 currants.

Won 7 so far; pretty easy :D
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Leveling would give me 1000 favor? Never got a favor bonus before for leveling (or if I did, it wasn't that much...)

Edit:
I think I'm stupid :/
Thinking back, I was trying to figure out what could have given me 1000 favor.

I remember it said "You received 1000 favor for Pot. Go to a shrine to collect your emblem."
I bet it was not 1000 favor that time, but 1000 favor total and just telling me I was ready for an emblem...

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That could be it. In any case, 200 exp still isn't bad.
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Oh, and Rube is awesome. He trades some really good items for some basic crap. And running around that zone with the bandits yields some nice cocktails, food, and keys.
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Repair Fancy Pick to full, finish mining IV, get a quest to break my Fancy Pick. FFFUUUUUU-
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#43 Oct 08 2011 at 10:31 AM Rating: Good
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There are no more homes for sale in Groddle. :(
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Nvm, managed to snag a cheap, small little apartment. Hope to upgrade to an actual house sometime soon, though.
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I liked the Tree Houses better than the Apartment styled ones, A lot more space for farming and such.

I think there are Mining themed ones too, probably be a good bet for you. (thought I saw some cave dwellings).
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I liked the Tree Houses better than the Apartment styled ones, A lot more space for farming and such.

I think there are Mining themed ones too, probably be a good bet for you. (thought I saw some cave dwellings).


I think the only differences in housing are size and aesthetics. They all have a cabinet, shelf for trophies, animals and plants.
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First: Bandits?

Second: I bought an house in Groodle Forest, 3570 Pasha's Quarter. :D

Third: Street projects?

Edited, Oct 8th 2011 4:00pm by Ikkian
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#48 Oct 08 2011 at 2:05 PM Rating: Good
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I liked the Tree Houses better than the Apartment styled ones, A lot more space for farming and such.

I think there are Mining themed ones too, probably be a good bet for you. (thought I saw some cave dwellings).


I think the only differences in housing are size and aesthetics. They all have a cabinet, shelf for trophies, animals and plants.


The themes have some differences. Some themes have herb plots, some have crop plots, some have dirt patches (or dark dirt patches, for underground).

I have 8 butterflies floating around my house now. It's pretty annoying, but I get lots of milk.


Btw, does anyone else find the idea of drinking butterfly milk a little... strange?

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I can't seem to access the reality listings now that I have a house, so I can't see all the offerings.

Edited, Oct 8th 2011 4:08pm by TirithRR
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#49 Oct 08 2011 at 2:09 PM Rating: Good
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Less awkward than cooking with wheat squeezed from a chicken.
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Duke Ikkian wrote:
First: Bandits?

Second: I bought an house in Groodle Forest, 3570 Pasha's Quarter. :D

Third: Street projects?

Edited, Oct 8th 2011 4:00pm by Ikkian

1. Four zones make up the "Ancestral Lands." Check the wiki for them. They have a time limit debuff and bandits can steal your stuff, but the quoins you find there are much much better than normal.

2. Yay! If you plan on getting animals, make sure you get a feeder or they eat your crops Smiley: glare

3. Street projects are things you contribute supplies to in order to create a new street. Doing so will allow you to share in the rewards for the project, and the highest contributors get some extra goodies. I've never done one myself, so I can't tell you much more, sorry!
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#51 Oct 08 2011 at 5:28 PM Rating: Good
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They really need to add more housing to Groddle Forest. >:(
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