Animal Crossing: The Mayoral Chronicles

Sure, why not share it.

A Foreign Ambassador

Today while I was going about my mayoral duties, I received a carrier pigeon inviting me to go to a faraway town run by a fellow Mayor such as myself. It was called “Meowtown”. A town with such a name surely has its secrets. I accepted, and embarked via train. When I arrived, I was greeted by what I thought was a blonde female Adolf Hitler. Introducing herself as Mayor Alice, I quickly pledged my allegiance on a nearby bulletin board to avoid raising suspicion. When I was finished, and Alice walked off, I turned around to find Alfonso, one of my town’s old residents, who left at my…request. What could he have told her? 

He is no longer a problem.

Regardless, she knows too much. Upon my return home, I requested she come visit my quaint little village. As I set up traps and waited in my second story window, aligning the crosshairs, a technical interference got in the way.

Next time.

A Change Of Plans

I have a spot in Mistfall where I retreat to when I wish to enjoy peace, calm and other positive emotions. It resides on the edge of a cliff, overlooking the sea and the great beyond, where many mysteries lie.

It is the first day of Fall here in Mistfall today. I wished to go to my spot to take in the nice autumn air and plan out how to most efficiently eliminate Violet. But there was an unfamiliar site when I arrived. A patch of land with a sign on it.

Frita.

stripedcipher:

mistfallmayor:

violet-town:

mistfallmayor:

It’s been a little over 3 months since I first arrived here in Mistfall. 3 months and 4 days, to be precise. The warm summer sun, the clear blue water. I was greeted by an odd dog upon my arrival and a few other disgusting animals all claiming I was to be their Mayor. I accepted their offer, as I…

Oh but I love Violet!

Excellent. I will bury you next to her then and you can be together forever.

I think I really like the sound of this mayor.

Your praise is noted. Do not think it will save you. Only delay the inevitable.

violet-town:

mistfallmayor:

It’s been a little over 3 months since I first arrived here in Mistfall. 3 months and 4 days, to be precise. The warm summer sun, the clear blue water. I was greeted by an odd dog upon my arrival and a few other disgusting animals all claiming I was to be their Mayor. I accepted their offer, as I…

Oh but I love Violet!

Excellent. I will bury you next to her then and you can be together forever.

No More Half Measures

It’s been a little over 3 months since I first arrived here in Mistfall. 3 months and 4 days, to be precise. The warm summer sun, the clear blue water. I was greeted by an odd dog upon my arrival and a few other disgusting animals all claiming I was to be their Mayor. I accepted their offer, as I had little other choice. Ruling over them was obviously what they wished of me.

The villagers repulsed me. One in particular, my least favorite, was an ape in every meaning of the word. Violet, she called herself. Every month I send her a letter explaining that if she does not leave my town by the end of the month, misery shall befall her. And so it does. Pitfalls are placed mysteriously around her house. Nets find their way to her head. But still she persists.

There can be no more half measures. 

hellomyjourney:

This is genial!

VIDYA CHALLENGE DAY 20: FAVORITE PS3 EXCLUSIVE

inFAMOUS 2 is by far the greatest PS3 exclusive title I have ever played. It’s one of the few games with a morality system that DOES IT RIGHT. Most games make being the good guy the obvious way to go and make being the bad guy a total dick move. But in this series, especially this game, they do it how it should be. If you’re the good guy, then what you do benefits the greater good but it’s not exactly easy. They tempt you to be the bad guy, because being the bad guy means you get better powers, and are stronger and overall are unstoppable. The only drawback is that people dislike you and are afraid of you. Plus, each side has its own completely different ending, a rarity in “multiple ending” games lately. inFamous 2 takes what the first inFamous had and takes it to the next level. Combat is more fluid, powers are more varied, it’s a much longer game, the city is much more alive, the glitches are far less numerous, the voice acting is better and the facial animations actually exist. It’s just all super good. Play it. But play the first one beforehand.

VIDYA CHALLENGE DAY 19: FAVORITE XBOX TITLE

A lot of my favorite titles are multiplat, and my answer WOULD have been Mass Effect if it wasn’t now on ps3 and PC. Next, it WOULD have been Alan Wake, except it’s now on PC. So out of all exclusives, I’d have to say my favorite so far is…

HA. The file size is 1.17 MB. Kudos if you get it. But anyways. I’ve been a Halo fan for many years. I first played through Halo: Combat Evolved at my friend and then next door neighbor Ryan’s house when we were wee lads. Then at some point later we played through Halo 2 and if I remember right we both came to the conclusion that Combat Evolved was much more fun. Then when it at last came out, I came into possession of an Xbox 360 and my own copy of Halo 3. I’m not gonna lie, Halo 3 is one of my favorite titles of all time. The campaign may have been relatively short but it was very well done, and the multiplayer was crazy awesome. Many good memories on that one. Then when ODST came out, that was mainly just my friends and I goofing around on campaign. Halo Reach was also a prime title for me. Campaign was great, the new Firefight was fantastic, and contrary to most hardcore Halo fans I thought the multiplayer was great. The maps were incredibly well made and relatively balanced, and even the maps in the later map packs were great. Bungie did a good job with their send off. But in my opinion, none of them compare to Halo 4. Halo 4 took everything to the next level. The campaign may not have been 8953454 levels long, but it was very well thought out and told, and set the scale for 5 and 6. And Spartan Ops was also a really nice fresh change. And the multiplayer, say what you will, is fantastic. It is all the best of Halo 3 and Reach, meshed into one. The only thing I miss is Forge World and Spire. My one complaint is that all 3 of the post-launch map packs weren’t really that impressive. But I can’t really complain since I got them all for free. All in all, I was afraid this game wouldn’t hold a candle to Bungie’s Halo, but it took the candle from Bungie and hushed the flame, Aragorn style.

VIDYA CHALLENGE TEMPORARY HIATUS

I’d love to type up long descriptions for the next challenge days, but I’m having TOO MUCH FUN PLAYING METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER so I’ll type them up once I feel like diverting my attention away from it more than I already have.