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Posted 17 June 2013 - 07:03 PM ( #1 )

Thankies! I made this! A maid outfit XD
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Thought I'd make a thread specifically for QRs, Friend Code swapping and general help for eachother. These are some of the sites I've found helpful and some QR blogs/tumblrs/imgurs I've found with nice things, if you want to check them out. Feel free to post any sites or QR's you've found that are nice!
 
 
Other Helpful Sites for AC:NLAnimal Crossing: New Leaf QR Sites


Note: You can get the QR function by talking to Sable every day for 10 days (I admit I T.T. cheated to unlock her sooner)

Youtube Channels
(Remember some LPers may have strong language)

 

 

Please add to this list by posting things you find, like etc =D. Also remember to check peoples notice boards for their rules if you're visiting a new person! Asking permission to do things doesnt hurt though.
 
 
 If you wish to share your friendcode, please do so here.
 http://www.tamatalk....es-town-visits/

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Posted 18 June 2013 - 12:01 AM ( #2 )

Yeah go into Able sisters and go to the designs they have in the front part and speek to Able she will allow you to make a design, the dresses etc are called pro designs so thats what you will want and its 500 bells to design one (the dress is I asume the others would be the same)

:o it looks amazing I will have to visit you and get your pattern ^^ I'm pretty rubbish at doing clothes

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Posted 18 June 2013 - 01:50 PM ( #3 )

It  must have taken forever to make also i have taken the liberity of adding everyone

 

 



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Posted 18 June 2013 - 06:49 PM ( #4 )

Made a few more dresses and perfected the maid outfit.

 

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 06:26 AM ( #5 )

With the launch of the New Leaf 3DS version of AC we're going to get a lot of members discussing / sharing info - so I will suggest we keep the two topics that have been made within the last couple of days - because they already cover similar info.  But instead of collecting duplicate info - like friend codes, how about we keep the first one as it was intended - for Friend Codes / Town Visits and use the second one for pattern sharing and general info / Q&A ?
 
I am also going to ask everyone to try to keep posting info and discussions in these two topics - so that we can keep all the useful new info that's being shared in these two, easy to find topic on our forums (instead of having to scroll through lots of topics about the same or very similar subjects).
Thanks everyone :)
 
(If you have already posted a friend code in this topic - please would you re-post in the original topic made a few days ago?  Many thanks)!


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 06:45 PM ( #6 )

With the launch of the New Leaf 3DS version of AC we're going to get a lot of members discussing / sharing info - so I will suggest we keep the two topics that have been made within the last couple of days - because they already cover similar info.  But instead of collecting duplicate info - like friend codes, how about we keep the first one as it was intended - for Friend Codes / Town Visits and use the second one for pattern sharing and general info / Q&A ?
 
I am also going to ask everyone to try to keep posting info and discussions in these two topics - so that we can keep all the useful new info that's being shared in these two, easy to find topic on our forums (instead of having to scroll through lots of topics about the same or very similar subjects).
Thanks everyone :)
 
(If you have already posted a friend code in this topic - please would you re-post in the original topic made a few days ago?  Many thanks)!

 

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 01:39 AM ( #7 )

So... I am wondering if I should get this game.  

My favorite was Wild World.  I have City but have never really got into it.  I think I prefer hand held games (... like tamagotchis).

 

Can you guys who are running New Leaf summarise a few differences in Game Play and Strategy for me?

It's just to give me a general feel for the new version versus my old friend Wild World :P  (descriptions like "awesome" don't give me much to go on)

 

I am, of course, checking out various links supplied by Dizzie and also other forums I know - but in my experience, the opinions of TamaTalkers are always worth considering too!



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Posted 22 June 2013 - 04:19 AM ( #8 )

So... I am wondering if I should get this game.  

My favorite was Wild World.  I have City but have never really got into it.  I think I prefer hand held games (... like tamagotchis).

 

Can you guys who are running New Leaf summarise a few differences in Game Play and Strategy for me?

It's just to give me a general feel for the new version versus my old friend Wild World :P  (descriptions like "awesome" don't give me much to go on)

 

I am, of course, checking out various links supplied by Dizzie and also other forums I know - but in my experience, the opinions of TamaTalkers are always worth considering too!

 

I cant say much on comparisons between it and the older games because this is the first one I've played, though my BF said this is the best one yet. There is a lot of Co-Op interaction available, it doesnt dumb it down like harvest moon did. You can visit and interact with others towns, play mini games with up to 4 other people, and if you get a club pass from the island you can play mini games with players from around the world (still tryin to get mine). You can also design patterns, and pick the colors for them rather than having a preset, display them, share them etc.

 

It is the best Online non-competitive Co-Op game I've had on the 3DS honestly, after day one I fell in love with it... plus SO MANY HATS! If you get it make sure to make 2 characters one for your main play and a second for storage and to keep your path patterns on! If you get it let me know so I can add you =D

 

 

Also http://www.thonky.co...ager-birthdays/ Villager Birthday guide


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Posted 22 June 2013 - 06:35 AM ( #9 )

I have both ACWW and ACNL.

 

Where to begin... the beginning? Ok. In ACWW you have to be Nooks unpaid intern during the tutorial, then after that you're in the game. Everything is available, except Nook's shop is tiny, Harriet isn't present, and Brewster and Sable won't chat with you. In ACNL, the game starts out slower and it takes quite a while to unlock some features. Isabelle, the town hall clerk (my theory is that she was intended to be the mayor, but chickened out, and instead has you do her work for her.) ... what was I saying?... Oh, yes, Isabelle suggests some tasks for you to perform. This is your tutorial. Timmy and Tommy's shop is tiny, and doesn't sell axes or watering cans. The shop that sells those items isn't unlocked until you've demonstrated your genuine interest in gardening and landscaping. Still Harriet isn't present, but neither is Brewster. I've been playing two weeks now, and still haven't unlocked the cafe. Nor have I unlocked the room where K K Slider performs. Sable still doesn't chat with you, initially. But as with ACWW, she will begin to, eventually.

 

What I have unlocked is the Happy Home Showcase (where a model of your home is shared to others via streetpass.) When you visit a home in the showcase area, you can view the exterior, and tour the interior. When inside any room, you can order any of the furniture or decorations, etc that is on display in that room. (Note: you can't order special items... using ACWW items as an example: you wouldn't be able to order any of the mushroom or snowman -themed items, but you could order that *&%&^$& Robo Lamp you've been waiting for, for over 3 years to appear in Nooks shop or Redd's tent.)   I've also unlocked Tortimer's tropical island. The round trip boat ride costs 1000 bells, but it is so worth it. The place is swarming with exotic beetles. Seriously, you should be able to rake in about 250,000 to 400,000 bells during a single trip there in the evening (after it has started to get dark.)  From the main island, you can go on a "tour" where you participate in a minigame. If you do well in the minigames, you're rewarded with the local currency which can be used to purchase items from the main island's gift shop. During some tours you can smuggle back exotic fruits or flowers to the main island, and from there to your town. (I currently have several lemon trees growing in my town.)  Yesterday I unlocked the Dream Suite. When you use it, you can virtually visit someone else's town. (You have to opt in to share your town to others, so it is possible to keep your town private.)  It's a "virtual" visit because any "damage" you do isn't actually inflicted on that person's town. You also can't buy, sell, import, or export items to / from the dream town. However it's still very interesting to see what others have done. This morning I dream visited a Japanese users's town and saw some of the things I've yet to unlock.

 

Perfect town? In ACWW this was determined by number of trees, flowers, weeds, and garbage per in-game acre. I'm not sure what determines a perfect town in ACNL. I imagine these factors are included, but then there's also "public works": bridges (your town has only one when you start), water fountains, street lights, fire hydrants, park benches, etc.  These seem to add towards the "value" of the town. I'm not sure if the town's value is a factor towards it being "perfect".  As you would ask Pelly or Phyllis in ACWW about how the town's citizens feel about the state of the town, in ACNL you can ask Isabelle. Her answers are typically "it's so-so, but needs more development".

 

Blathers. It's possible to request him to evaluate multiple fossils all at once, and to accept multiple donations all at once. (And items that have already been donated can't be selected to be donated again.) This speeds up the amount of time it takes to deal with him, but even when you do one-at-a-time, he has much less to say about each item he has identified or accepted for donation. He doesn't really live up to his name any more. (Some may like this, I kind of miss it.)

 

I've never played ACCF, so maybe the trend was already there, but in general it seems that compared to ACWW, in ACNL each non-citizen character does fewer different tasks and is more focused on doing a specialised task.

 

As I mentioned, I've spent years playing ACWW and have now spent a few weeks playing ACNL. In general I find ACWW is comparable to a vintage virtual pet. Pick it up, get the chores done, then put it down for a while. You can play ACNL like this too, but it seems like there are so many things you can do, that if you want to just "play" you can do that too.


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