Hi. I decided to break the silence.
Okay….time for the Land tour!
(Seriously,this silence is unnerving.)
Here’s the bridge to my house! My first build!
Come on,let’s go! We cross the bridge with my pet narf,Narfy.
And here we are,at 11429 Clifford Avenue.
I know,it’s amazing!
Here we are at the great spruce tree. It’s lovely,I know.
“Narf!”,Narfy adds. No,Narfy,pine cones do not smell like cheese curds! Never mind him,let’s go in-
I forgot-I keep the door closed so that the beasts don’t come in. 😳 Thankfully,I devised two different methods for getting in myself! The first and more dangerous one is what I like to call the Electrical Entrance. Come,it’s up on the great spruce!
Yes,there is a secret entrance into the upper part of the house! I’ll explain this in detail. “Narf!” Well,if you understand narf,then Narfy told you the whole thing. But let’s begin in english,shall we?
Okay,so when you first come here,you notice that the door is locked. But when you are about to break in,you notice a lighter tint of green among the great spruce’s leaves! You jump up,and then you notice another one. You jump up again,and then you see the secret entryway! And here’s the thing:for you to reach it,you have to jump to the top of the tree,and you can’t normally jump there. That’s where the barbed wires come in handy! You have to jump perfectly on the barbed wires perfectly to land on the top,where you then jump into the house. (DISCLAIMER:May not succeed the first time like me. Very injurious method. I am not held responsible for any of these.)
And the other one? Well,you may have noticed that the earth is a bit loose around my bicycle and the great spruce. 😉
We’ll have to mine a bit here,but remember to put the stone back! 😛 😆 And where does this lead?
This is a one way only trip though,so remember you can’t go back! I think this was pretty smart of me,actually.
Alright,so let us explore my house! Here’s the basement:
Well,now,let’s go up to the living room!
Well,that’s it for the living room! Up to the-
That door (which is unlocked) goes to the garden. We’ll go there later. But for now-to the study! Or bedroom.
Well,that’s it for snooze-town. Now up to the bathroom!
Anyway,to the kitchen! This is the exact opposite of the bathroom. It has so much food,and yet so little space! It is the smallest room in the house.
And now,to the final room of this house-the attic! And it’s night. Spoooooooooky. By which I mean not spooky at all.
This place is like an obstacle course. The solution?
Jump on the stump of the shortest tree on the left,then jump onto the birch tree next to it. Then jump onto my badly-designed well and onto the tree on the cliff. If you fall down below,then jump to the thorn tree just right to go back to the well. Avoid the thorns on the cliff tree,then go right. On the right are the ruins.
“Narf!” Why you little-yeah,I suppose it isn’t the best,but I tried! I mined down a bit for poptanium,btw.
The cactus all over the place? Oh…er….that’s Rabby’s grave.
Who is Rabby,you ask? Well,when I ventured to the right,I found this wonderful creature with an elegant body. He started to follow me. I called him Rabby. There was this beast,unfortunately. He tried to attack me. I ran,but Rabby got clawed by him. So I created lava over him and he died. I had this theory,though,that creatures would respawn if you left the area and came back.
So I decided to put a lava pit to stop him from doing that. Unfortunately,Rabby fell into it. He got out just in time,but he died anyway. Angry at this sudden loss,I made the lava pit even bigger,and destroyed the tree the beast spawned near,and made a patch of grass as Rabby’s grave. “I’ll miss you,Rabby.”,I said. “Narf!”,Narfy added. My theory proved to be wrong too. I closed off the area after that.Some things are meant to be forgotten.
lik dis if u cri everytim ; (
But seriously,it’s true.
Anyway,that’s all I’ve got to show. What about you? Remember,the trial ends tomorrow! 😉