The Trader has set out some baskets on the edge of the property for farmers to leave and retrieve various plants. If you look hard enough, you could probably find any kind of plant here. Of course, he does charge a small fee to use the service. A wooden box with a slot in the top to deposit credits in sits among the baskets. Though presumably possible, it would not be wise to walk away without paying.
For five credits per item, you may trade any garden item for a garden item of your choice.
- Limited to 5 trades per month. You may post multiple times per month.
- Normal gardens (not harvested from creatures) items only.
- Roleplay your character making the trade. (The baskets are unsupervised and work on an honor system.)
- Include the name and color (as listed in the file name) of the item(s) you want as well as the image of the item(s) you're trading in.
The flower pots were blooming again, she had seen them the last time she made a trade, and while she hadn't bee sure what to trade for them before, she knew what she was going to do now and it all worked out beautifully. Jack smiled a little and found two empty pots and carefully planted the orb flowers into both of them, knowing they weren't all that special, but hey, someone must want them, she figured. It would all work out after awhile, but until she knew what she wanted with things, until she could actually produce in the new section of the garden, this was the next best thing she figured. Nothing would stop her from experimenting with the Pachee Pollen Project, and she really hoped other people would be doing the same thing after awhile. All she could do was hope, and while that might not be enough, as she grabbed a handful of wheatgrass and a single unripe cherry, she figured this was enough for now.
Last Edit: Apr 29, 2019 14:37:33 GMT -6 by Renathan
The last trades had gone so well for her for the Pachee Pollen Project, she knew she had to do it again. After consulting with the Trader about what she could trade in for flowers and such, she went home, picked out a few things, and brought them back to see what she could get for what she had. Carefully installing the two fossils into a basket, and then planting the three orb flowers into pots of their own, she looked around for what she wanted to get this time. There were two yellow looking beanpods that would go nicely for what she wanted, and so those were plucked, as were three young shoots of lavender, still green, but that would be fine she figured with a little smile on her face. Eventually she would get the rainbow ones, but that might be a little further off than people were expecting, she could only trade five items each month after all. Maybe she could trade more eventually, but right now she was content with that number. Pleased with her exchange and dropping some credits into the box next to her, she took her purchases home.
Darky: Does anybody remember how those breedings worked? Were they just bought of USD or was it like a special offer thing Spirit did?
Oct 17, 2019 8:44:23 GMT -6
Twilight-Claw: Maybe if they had been bred more, there might have been a few mixes of it. :3
Oct 17, 2019 8:39:02 GMT -6
Twilight-Claw: I hadn't checked that yet, but that sounds similar to the Kairfuryoo in that only a few where able to get mixed colors from them.
Oct 17, 2019 8:38:17 GMT -6
Renathan: Yeah, them dragon-oaks are pretty grand. It looks like dragon oaks didn't have offspring that were between colors on the parents though, those are the exact colors of the parents. /checked them out on the genealogy thread
Oct 17, 2019 7:26:19 GMT -6
Twilight-Claw: Aww, I like the little Dragon-Oaks, they remind me of the Draconics in how the babies looked in the past. <3
Oct 16, 2019 23:47:25 GMT -6
fieraferella: also holy cow ashe, that image gallery is massive!!! thank you so much for showing it to us!
Oct 16, 2019 19:56:04 GMT -6
fieraferella: Oooh, I remember the new egg hype! That was always the best- i was so excited to see what they'd turn into!
Oct 16, 2019 19:07:57 GMT -6
Morgan: *Folks: Save your posts for a bit. The site is derpin'.
Oct 16, 2019 19:02:00 GMT -6
Darky: And even if some things are completely lost, we have enough material to remake missing bits by reusing linearts and files with a little colour fiddling~
Oct 16, 2019 18:16:32 GMT -6
Renathan: I miss it too. x3 Hopefully someday we can find a way to restore more of what was lost a little at a time.
Oct 16, 2019 18:14:57 GMT -6
Darky: This is just another huge step closer to getting the base files in order, to the point we can start filling in Stat pages with actual examples again~
Oct 16, 2019 18:12:39 GMT -6
Ashe: I miss the excitement. Spirit would post eggs, we'd go crazy, they'd hatch, we'd level them all up asap just in case lol
Oct 16, 2019 18:07:52 GMT -6
Renathan: I'm glad it was easier than expected though! Just... Kinda makes me realize how much we've lost over the years in site functionality? Makes it even sweeter that we've got some of it back.
Oct 16, 2019 18:06:03 GMT -6
Ashe: I'll have to do some organizing, and I'll add stuff if I find more, but I'm glad I finally got to share these. I was at a loss; it would be a TON to add to PB, and I'm not familiar with many sharing methods. This was easy peasy
Oct 16, 2019 18:03:17 GMT -6
Renathan: Those little dragonoaks and the jackaroos are just -scream- cute.
Oct 16, 2019 18:02:22 GMT -6
Renathan: Thanks for showing us them, Ashe!
Oct 16, 2019 18:02:06 GMT -6
Flare: The mussimander babies are SO CUTE
Oct 16, 2019 18:02:00 GMT -6