Welcome to the 8th issue of the ImaginatUr! Lots of things have happened over the last month: new housing, new animals – and we have articles written by Glitchen for Glitchen about much of what’s been going on around here. If you’ve found yourself wondering which food gives you more bang (energy) for your buck (currants), Rae wrote a great article that you’ll need to
8. Bruise 20, Year 21
Greetings, on-the-go Glitchen! This is your roving reporter Kip Konner. For this edition of Glitch on the Go, I took a detour into the dark, roaming in gloomy Callopee. I met a pair of Glitchen mining together in Luump Yasa and found that they were willing to be interviewed for our humble publication.
Recently the lucky Glitchen of Ur were given the opportunity to vote on the next two animals to be added to the game. Armed with months of built up votes, subscribers and non-subscribers alike began their campaigns for two of 11 animals including Alpaca, Fox, Goat, Kangaroo, Mole, Monkey, Moose, Rabbit, Rat, Sheep, and Toad. The choice wasn’t an easy one. Which animal would be the cutest?
As you know, I was able to find a few pages of my neighbor Tamashii’s missing journal in some rubble on Vicar’s Peak. His days sound pleasant and easy as he describes the various animals that keep him company in his quest for the Numismatizer badges. The rest of the journal, however, continued to elude me although I confess it was never far from my mind.
Have you ever seen The Amazing Race on CBS? It’s a reality game where groups of 2 compete for a million dollars. They have to solve riddles, complete quests and perform challenges in order to get clues to the next riddle, quest, or challenge. The last duo to get to the check-in spot for that leg is eliminated.
In my previous comparison of bog houses verses garden homes, I made an offhand comment that got me thinking. I said that you couldn’t just run around with only eggy scrambles to eat. My point was that at only 25 energy a pop, you would have to eat a lot of eggy scrambles to equal a single awesome stew. And while that 8-to-1 ratio isn’t really
This mission was originally reported by my fellow agent genbeeb on the 3rd of Candy, year 18. Although it’s a repeat of the mission I posted last issue, her performance was so striking that I felt it was worthy of sharing with our readers. Enjoy!
Welcome to Gnome Critic! I’m your congenital host, Kip Konner!
The Gnome I chose to critique this issue is actually a small army of Gnomes.
GlUrb is a cross between “Glitch” and “blurb” and, uh, “Ur.” It’s just some cute and interesting photos that may or may not have captions.
All the Glitchen in Ur liked the holidays a lot
But I Hate Zilloween, in his cave home, did NOT!
He loved to grief players and ruin their fun
But Zilloween? That was his favorite night among!
He loved to steal pumpkins from everyone’s places.
They took all his keys away and gave him mean faces