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You can decorate your home if they're not physically in it. You can access storage, use your inventory, chop trees, dig stuff up, plant flowers. Def limiting having guests though, Butterwell would be about double the size if it wasn't for the lovely socialising aspect of the game, probably. :D

 

Basically it's: no outdoors decorating, no museum donations. 

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8 minutes ago, NexivRed said:

And no giving items to build houses. Except it won’t even let me do it now people are gone. I select exterior items and no option to submit comes up, despite me having several items. 

You don't need to submit them, just place them outside the house. :)

 

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Daft question time again.

 

Is there anything that I should really not sell off in the early stages of game.  I've only just said I want a home building and taken the loan.

 

It says it will start tomorrow so does this mean that I physically have to wait until tomorrow?

 

If I drop my stuff on the floor in my tent will it stay there?

 

What happens when I eat stuff?

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Last night, I put a skeleton outside my son's tent where he planted some flowers* he is now confused as to how it happened and thinks he grew a skeleton :lol:

 

*he placed pansies instead of planting them

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Gates still open for shopping and tailor for my Switch friends list. Sorry if I don't have you added to my list yet, the first post friends code list is unworkable/huge. That communal spreadsheet with forum names, ingame name and town is sorely needed. 

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1 hour ago, moosegrinder said:

 

There's only one Island per switch, and the progress is gated behind whoever is the primary resident. So you'll all be on the same island but unless whoever sets up the game initially does all the tasks needed to unlock the upgrades they won't get done even if the secondary people are playing more. I think.

 

As the primary player I have to trigger the tasks. For example, after helping Nook I was give the task of placing the museum tent -then my kids and I

get to share the task of collecting the bits the museum owner needs to upgrade the museum.

 

The local play is OK. You just have to share being in 'control' wisely, I suppose it's teaching the joys of collaboration and team work. 

 

 

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25 minutes ago, iknowgungfu said:

Is there anything that I should really not sell off in the early stages of game.  I've only just said I want a home building and taken the loan.  - Iron nuggets, maybe, early on.  You can get them...in places...but they can be exhausted relatively quickly.  Apart from that, just anything you like that you want to keep in your home.  

 

It says it will start tomorrow so does this mean that I physically have to wait until tomorrow? - Yep!

 

If I drop my stuff on the floor in my tent will it stay there? - Yep!

 

What happens when I eat stuff? - You get stronger, so you smash rocks in one hit, instead of bashing them for goodies.  So just one goodie, and an insect.  

 

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21 minutes ago, NexivRed said:

Closing cos I need to get wood. 

 

:eyebrows:

 

13 minutes ago, strawdonkey said:

Is there a way to get rocks back/transport rocks from other islands? My kids have just systematically eaten a load of cherries and busted most of the rocks on the island.

 

According to this you will get it back tomorrow. 

 

Got my son doing busy work for me now. Paying him 2000 bells per day to do the weeding, collecting clams and crafting fish food. 

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1 hour ago, Rob Rule said:

We need a PSA on every page for new players that running through flowers breaks them, and that they're crafting ingredients/cosmetic so can set things back a few days.

 

EVERY PAGE. :quote:

 

Sorry :(

 

I didn't know.

 

I highly recommend @Rob Rule's amazing island. I picked up a couple of things from his Cranny, and from Mabel, did a spot of fishing, spoke to a few of his residents, but mostly just enjoyed the craftsmanship. It was a little depressing having to return to my junk pile as my Switch battery was almost out.

 

@CovisGod I'll get those trainers to you later!

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3 hours ago, Dr_Dave said:

I've picked all my fruit today but I've got a sassy pink gorilla neighbour and there's a hamster in a cage for sale in my shop, if that tickles you.

 

Dodo code: 7853H

Friend code: SW-4516-1572-1711


Aww...I wanted the hamster :( 

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3 hours ago, Dr_Dave said:

I've picked all my fruit today but I've got a sassy pink gorilla neighbour and there's a hamster in a cage for sale in my shop, if that tickles you.

 

Dodo code: 7853H

Friend code: SW-4516-1572-1711

May I add you as a friend?

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I'll likely be AFK but I've opened the gate to Shimendoka to friends. The shop is shut now as it's late here, but I've left a few oranges, cherries and random furniture near the airport. Not got much to spare today as I'm impoverished after a few construction jobs.

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1 hour ago, CovisGod said:


What’s your Town Name Fuddle? Can I visit please?

Ah sorry didn’t see this.

I’m shut again now, but my town is Avex

 

I don’t think it’s on the list in the first post.

4842-0073-1045

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