The dialogue truly feels more stale than NL and I have played that more than NH

  • Molianalex

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    Sep 11, 2020 6:33 AM GMT
    I think you just don't find it as Animal Crossing Bells much because they prioritise creating your villagers talk about what you've been around, like burying bells or digging up fossils.

    It does? The dialogue truly feels more stale than NL and I have played that more than NH.

    And to add on to that, they get all Mean Girls on you, if you speak to them too much. Like, I don't play to get my feelings hurt, therefore I try to not speak to my villagers over 1-2 times a day. _.

    I love when people whine that the dialog is insistent and someone always has to come out of the woodwork to say"don't worry I browse online from some random person This game really has the maximum dialogue ever" like that's supposed to be helpful lol

    They do add more dialogue post launching however. Dialogue has been inserted for every single event

    It is no small job

    A fantastic way to view unique conversation is to play at various times of the day. For example Snooty villagers have more Varied conversation at midday. Whereas Smug villagers have more dialogue at night

    I am new for this, but I am not really comprehending the hype. The progression is slow and it seems like the main mechanisms are"gather these things, sell a few, wait till you can collect more things." Am I missing something, or doing something wrong? I have paid off two loans up to now, planted my cash like 5 times. Only one tree has given me money back though

    First week kinda sucks if you aren't utilized this kind of game since they dripfeed items and mechanics. After that you kinda locate your own fun. Most like overhauling their island and obtaining all the fish/bugs looking for the buy Animal Crossing Items month
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    Sep 11, 2020 12:09 PM GMT
    ?????????????

    Aside from being incomprehensible, the connection with the Food & Recipes forum alludes me.

    Or is this a British code, like in the Austin Powers movie when Austin speaks an English dialect with his father? A Brit version of US jive?
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    Sep 11, 2020 6:03 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said?????????????

    Aside from being incomprehensible, the connection with the Food & Recipes forum alludes me.

    Or is this a British code, like in the Austin Powers movie when Austin speaks an English dialect with his father? A Brit version of US jive?


    Must be. He's posted some other interesting things too!

    BTW Mr. Deco, you still haven't responded to this in your Lazy Day topic:

    HikerCamper saidStill no reply...


    Art_Deco said
    NEDC12 said
    The NPR in DC still does both. I listen to it throughout the day and practically all day on Saturdays and Sundays for its classical selections.

    I wish we had classical music here. All we get is talk radio, 24/7 from South Florida NPR.

    I approached them, because I had DJ’d other NPR classical music radio before. It’s one of my college degrees. Even did it when I was an Army Major. And when I was a graduate student.

    In the Army I had to get special permission from the JAG (Judge Advocate General, the Army’s legal guys). I couldn’t mention my full name, couldn’t mention my Army affiation or officer rank, couldn’t do commercials (NPR didn’t do those anyway).

    But KLRN in South Florida wasn’t interested. They knew I have a great voice, they said so. As every station has always said. In fact at one San Antonio, TX, station, KMSU, my nickname among the other DJs was “The Voice”.

    But I think KLRN in South Florida figured out I was gay. And that killed me. Well, I’m too old now anyway, and my voice has deteriorated with age. It’s not what it was. I did a lot of voice work in the day, lots of accents and crazy interpretations, but not today.

    But maybe, if the right voice role came along...


    Something doesn't smell right here because if you actually WERE in radio, you would know that stations east of the Mississippi River start with "W" (though there are exceptions such as KDKA in Pittsburgh and KYW in Philadelphia) and stations west of the Mississippi start with K. How a person who claims to have worked in radio, and "majored in it" would not know that is beyond me.


    Welcome to an Art Deco topic, where he boasts that he is an expert in something and it turns out he isn't at all.

    #ArtDecoIsAFraud

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    Sep 11, 2020 9:12 PM GMT
    ObscureAndFuzzy said
    Art_Deco said?????????????

    Aside from being incomprehensible, the connection with the Food & Recipes forum alludes me.

    Or is this a British code, like in the Austin Powers movie when Austin speaks an English dialect with his father? A Brit version of US jive?


    Must be. He's posted some other interesting things too!

    BTW Mr. Deco, you still haven't responded to this in your Lazy Day topic:

    HikerCamper saidStill no reply...


    Art_Deco said
    NEDC12 said
    The NPR in DC still does both. I listen to it throughout the day and practically all day on Saturdays and Sundays for its classical selections.

    I wish we had classical music here. All we get is talk radio, 24/7 from South Florida NPR.

    I approached them, because I had DJ’d other NPR classical music radio before. It’s one of my college degrees. Even did it when I was an Army Major. And when I was a graduate student.

    In the Army I had to get special permission from the JAG (Judge Advocate General, the Army’s legal guys). I couldn’t mention my full name, couldn’t mention my Army affiation or officer rank, couldn’t do commercials (NPR didn’t do those anyway).

    But KLRN in South Florida wasn’t interested. They knew I have a great voice, they said so. As every station has always said. In fact at one San Antonio, TX, station, KMSU, my nickname among the other DJs was “The Voice”.

    But I think KLRN in South Florida figured out I was gay. And that killed me. Well, I’m too old now anyway, and my voice has deteriorated with age. It’s not what it was. I did a lot of voice work in the day, lots of accents and crazy interpretations, but not today.

    But maybe, if the right voice role came along...


    Something doesn't smell right here because if you actually WERE in radio, you would know that stations east of the Mississippi River start with "W" (though there are exceptions such as KDKA in Pittsburgh and KYW in Philadelphia) and stations west of the Mississippi start with K. How a person who claims to have worked in radio, and "majored in it" would not know that is beyond me.


    Welcome to an Art Deco topic, where he boasts that he is an expert in something and it turns out he isn't at all.

    #ArtDecoIsAFraud


    Such self promotion, is no reconciliation.