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Joined: January 04, 2019 Active Kith: Tybalt
Birthday: July 26 Kith Alliances: 3
I am: graduating. Forum Posts: 156
Call me: she/hers Website: Skies of Ember
Cheers: 47 Gallery: View
Wishes Granted: 74 Wishlist: View
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  • 04/25
    Re: Staff Update: Artists!

    Congrats guys! ^_^

  • 04/23
    Re: Wish List thank you thread

    Better late than never: thank you so much anon/s for the consort robe top pattern and the carving tools material 3x! <3 <3

  • 04/18
    Re: Knucklebone(s) reading

    Thank you! :)

  • 04/16
    Knucklebone(s) reading

    This is my first time entering and I hope I'm doing this right! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Entry GALLERY LINK “Read the future while catching as many jacks as possible! Intimidate foes with your horrible reading!” Group shot: actually moved all items from gallery to locker (good thing I had a "few") and screenshotted! So with the latter four items, if combined, they could be used for a bone reading but if you add the amazeballs to it, you could also play knucklebones or jacks with it! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Behind the Scenes When I first saw the amazeballs toys in the Enchanted forest and the fact there was a contest of invention, I immediately thought of the game I used to play when I was a kid which was jackstones. And based on my whole experience playing the site I have yet to encounter game here. Of course I had to double check everything and make a research just in case it already exists but it just went by a different name. Fortunately there wasn’t one in the site and I found out jackstones was originally called jacks or knucklebones. In the end I wasn’t satisfied with the plain old knucklebones game so I decided to add another aspect which was kind of similar to the components of the knucklebones game and that turned out to be bone reading. And voila! One silly and maybe challenging game to boot! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How it Actually Works The gameplay at first is quite simple: you start by picking a ball randomly from the pool of amazeballs and then like any game of knucklebones (jacks) you decide the first player by flipping the jacks on your hand. Then after throwing the jacks on the ground this is where it gets harder since you have to read your opponent’s fortune as fast as possible and pick up as many jacks as well before the ball comes down. The type of ball you’d pick could also add to the challenge but before we go there I’d say from this point onwards you could go creative or wild with the rules. For one you could you could make-up your own readings.Or you could really get serious with your readings that if your reading ever comes true later in the day you get extra jacks. You could also employ a point-system if you want more things complicated instead of the usual addition or deduction of the actual jacks. You could actually also bewitch the game to make the readings really come true but at your own risk of course! Or you could add a rule that whoever laughs or reacts at your weird or funny readings the player will lose jacks. Or you could have a fixed set of the meaning of the readings so if your reading is correct it would add more points or jacks to the number of jacks you already have etc. Your pick! And lastly, as mentioned before, the type of ball you picked could add to the challenge. Like if you got the one ball with wings you have to read the bones and catch them as fast as possible before you lose the winged ball completely a.k.a. you have to catch the golden snitch winged-ball as well but that doesn’t mean you win automatically! You could do the latter though as another variation of the game that whoever gets the winged ball in the shortest possible time gets more points or automatically wins the game. Another possible variant: would be the jacks used in the game part i.e. with the seashell basket, you would practically only use the thin seas shells for easy catching but to make things harder you could include the flat, wide and spiky ones as well! TL;DR you could just play the good ol’ traditional knucklebones with made-up readings or make it wacky, weird and complicated - whatever your cup of tea is! PS. You could also play this solo but that wouldn't be much fun would it? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Extras And just a little bit of extra my tagline is just an excerpt of my original caption since I thought it had to be 100 words! Good thing I double-checked! XD Here was the full description plus an extra one: I guess if this game was real and was in a package that would be my description on the back.

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from Fiel-kun » March 18, 2019 05:59 AM

Hindi naman madalas mawalan ng tubig dito sa San Mateo. Pero palagi naman kaming may ipon. Puno lagi mga balde namin pati washing machine, iniimbakan din ng tubig XD

from Fiel-kun » March 17, 2019 11:12 PM

Ang sigaw ng taumbayan.....


Musta water supply nyo dyan?

from Gryphling » March 16, 2019 03:41 PM

Thank you for cheering my contest entry!

from Hisscale » February 08, 2019 01:05 PM

Thank you! Your's is great as well! Can't go wrong with scary red eyes and a nice smile!

from ela maia » January 31, 2019 10:26 AM

Thanks for the recipes ^^
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