Crow is known to be one of the most intelligent beings. Crow speaks his truth without dismay. Crow is a warrior of justice and teacher to many. They are watchful protectors and provide spiritual strength.
Use these five stones to connect to Crow’s energy:
So after updating, I was super confused about which amiibos are compatiable with the new Welcome Amiibo update and what each one can do, so here is a *hopefully helpful breakdown of each type of amiibo and how to use it in the new update!
Regular villager amiibo cards are all of the cards you get in a regular amiibo pack (series 1-4) excluding the sparkly “special” NPC card. (So not including Isabelle, Tom Nook, KK Slider, etc). These are your typical villagers (Marshal, Rosie, Fauna, Julain, etc).
You can scan these into your game using a new NPC, Wisp! Wisp is unlocked at random at least one day after you update your game.
Using Wisp in your mayor’s home, you can tap an amiibo card to the screen.
You CAN ask the villager to move in.
If you have 10 villagers, they will offer to kick someone out for you! (yay!)
You CANNOT ask them to visit the campground. Unfortunately, the hundreds of previous amiibo cards do not have caravans designed for the characters and cannot utilize the new campground.
NEW Welcome Amiibo Cards (Released December 2)
Nintendo is releasing 50 NEW amiibo cards in December called Welcome Amiibo! These cards are DIFFERENT from the series 1-4 cards.
These cards are horizontal and each villager comes with their own unique caravan!
You CAN invite them to visit your campground!
At the campground, you can purchase their exclusive content, including things not available via the Nookling stores, using meow poitns.
You CAN invite them to move into your town!
These characters include villagers from older Animal Crossing games, as well as some crossover characters with other Nintendo games, such as Legend of Zelda and Splatoon.
There will be special Sanrio crossover cards released, as well (EEE!)
You may see some promotional images of people using these cards, but they will not be on sale in the United States until December 2nd. I’m sorry, I’m unsure about the release date in other regions!
Special Non-Playable Character Amiibo Cards
Special NPC amiibo cards (the sparkly *special* card you receive in each amiibo pack) such as Isabelle, Tom Nook, KK Slider, etc, can also be scanned in using Wisp!
They CANNOT move in to your town.
They may offer you a special item, such as their picture.
You CANNOT invite them to the campground, therefore you cannot purchase their exclusive items via amiibo card + Wisp.
Special Non-Playable Character Amiibo Figures
So there is a HUGE difference between the NPC cards and figures. Though you can scan the cards and interact with them via wisp, having the figure will allow you to invite them to the campground and access their exclusive items and purchase them with meow points.
For instance, I received a Lottie amiibo card when I purchased HHD, thus I didn’t feel the obligation to purchase her amiibo figure. But if I want her to visit my campground so I can purchase her exclusive items, I need to run out and get the figure. Which I may or may not have just done.
They CAN be invited to your campground, where you can purchase items.
They CANNOT move into your town.
I hope this helps you out! There is A LOT of new content with the update and plenty to learn. If you have any questions about the update, feel free to message me and I can try my best to help! Happy crossing!!
I developed this spread first for my own use, in an effort to let me communicate with my spirit guide when I was not able to find the peace I needed for proper meditation, and could not reach them through dream. This deck can be used to communicate with your spirit guide (or animal familiar), or to try and meet them for the first time.
1. The Head. This card represents your Spirit Guide. If you have not met them, it can hold insight into what form they might appear to you.
2. The Hand. What they hold highly. This card represents qualities or attributes your spirit guide consider of great importance at this time.
3. The Fist. What they disregard. This card represents an issue you may be paying too much mind to, or something your spirit guide wants you to ignore.
4. The Heart. What is inside you. A hidden strength your spirit guide applauds, and wants you to focus on fostering at this time. If reversed this can indicate a festering issue your spirit guide is concerned may be harming you.
5. The Heels. A last word. This card represents any last pressing messages or warnings your spirit guide may have for you.
I hope this spread assists those of you who, like me, struggle in forming spirit connections in a busy, mundane, world. If you try this spread and like it, please consider liking this post, as a vote for the #Craftaspread challenge.
(p.s this is a sideblog, mainblog blithebereavement.tumblr.com for contest reasons)
I was asked to do a tutorial on how I would landscape around villagers who plotted in either an awkward or just downright horrible place, and thankfully I had just the villager to use to do this. Hopefully this helps! As always, all information will be under the cut!
Alright lovelies! It’s that time of year again to start hording up fruit, shrooms, and fishies. I don’t know about you but i prefer to start stocking up early to give me plenty of time, but since the update I remembered we may have some new players so let’s start!
I found this very lovely and helpful guide on google. If you know who made it let me know so I can credit them because it is a huge life saver :)
Everyone has an animal, bird or fish which holds a special meaning for them. This is not necessarily a pet or even a domestic animal; it could be foreign or even mythical
1. Take a walk in the woods just before dusk. Take the time to look at the trees and plants, to inhale the scent of the woods and listen to the sounds around you.
2. Find an old tree and sit down beneath it. Close your eyes and lay your hands flat on the soil on either side of you and take a few deep breaths.
3. Ask the Goddess to send you your Totem animal.
4. Open your eyes and pick up the first thing you see lying on the ground near you. Take this home and place it under your pillow for three nights and your Totem animal will come to you in your dreams.
5. When you know what your Totem animal is, remember to look out for it in the world around you and to acknowledge this gift of the Goddess each time you see it
so I know how every season its a struggle to blend the edges of your paths, and this is my personal way of keeping track and helping out anyone else who needs it! (yes this is extremely late ill try to post one as soon as grass changes from now on) but ANYWAY here are the two colors i found work well this season:
and if you put smudges of these two colors around your tiles, it blends like this:
hope this comes in handy for anyone who needs it, ill try to have next season’s up on time!
Happy Home Designer secret room layouts unlock guide
There are a lot of people who don’t know there are more room layouts in HHD and no one made a guide yet. I mean now someone made! Hope it helps!
If you haven’t done it yet, unlock room layout change in handbook for 5 play coins. Now go to the mainstreet and find the animal whose house you want to design. Agree and go inside talk to Lottie, as always. Choose the outside area of the house. Go over to the room layout. What you choose now decides what secret room you will be able to chose later.
6x6 square room: nothing will happen; you can’t unlock secret layouts choosing the regular 6x6
6x9 rectangle room:
8x7 rectangle room:
12x4 rectangle room:
(red paper means upstairs included)
(green paper means downstairs included)
After choosing one of the standard layouts go and design the house. I recommend just unboxing the must-be items and finish, however anything you place wouldn’t disappear later. Skip (or watch) the presentation of the house. You can upload it to HHN, but it doesn’t make sense. Go back to your office, write your report and begin the new day
On the new day don’t go to the mainstreet, but click the little, red book icon on the bottom of lower screen. Now find the animal whose house you just designed. Tap the ‘visit’ button and you will go visit that animal. It will be waiting inside, so enter the house. Talk to it and choose the ‘new house’ option. You will be transported to your office. Click the big house option. Choose the area (if you choose the same as earlier any items won’t disappear, if you change the area they will) aaand go over to layouts
Now boom! You can choose between layouts that haven’t been on the list earlier! Just have fun designing new, better houses! After you finish you can upload (or update if you uploaded earlier) it to HHN.
Hope my guide is helpful, have fun designing!
After spending quite a bit of time googling how to get pwp requests, I’ve come up with (almost) the perfect strategy. I’ve combined other people’s techniques along with my own and this is what I’ve come up with. This is also known as the diving trick, but as I stated before I’ve added and replaced some techniques that, in my opinion, make it better. Also note: I tried doing this without any other pwp’s built and I did not get a single request, after I built two pwp’s I started getting requests.
Items you’ll need:
- wet suit
- timer and shovel (optional)
Step one (optional):
Trap the villagers that you don’t want pwp’s from by digging holes around them. What I typically do is I separate the villagers, if I want pwp’s from peppy and uchi I’ll have my peppy and uchi villagers in the top portion of my town and I’ll dig holes so they can’t cross the bridges. OR an easier way would be to dig holes around the villagers so that you know where all of the villagers are, so you’re not chasing them around town and pinging villagers you don’t want to ping.
Empty your pockets of bells and items then fill them up with flowers!
it’s important to note that if your pockets are empty then villagers can ask you to buy stuff from them, if your pockets have items in them then villagers can ask to buy those items, they can also ask you to run them errands, or they can even give you items for free; which is nice but that isn’t our goal here. You don’t want more than 500 bells on you. I usually carry 99 bells. Also, by filling our pockets with flowers we will eliminate a lot of possible outcomes of a ping!
Put your wetsuit on and swim to the far bottom right or far bottom left corner of your ocean. The idea here is to be completely out of sight from your villagers. Sit in the bottom left or bottom right hand corner of your ocean and wait for 5-10 minutes. This is where the timer comes in, you can time yourself using the timer or you could always set a timer on your phone. I personally set a timer on my phone. While you’re waiting you can watch tv, do homework, do chores, or whatever you’d like to burn time!
After the you spend 5-10 minutes chilling in the ocean swim back to your town and walk, I repeat, walk by the villagers you want requests from. More often than not you’ll find out that villagers will want you to change their catchphrase, greeting, nickname, etc. I usually change these when asked. Why? Because I don’t want them to ask me to change it again. I usually only change it slightly though by adding an exclamation point or pluralizing it. You should get a request within the first five times.
IF YOU RANDOMLY STOPPED GETTING PINGS THERE’S A REASON WHY!I found this out the hard way, but if you randomly stop getting pings it’s because you’re “tired”. Talk to your villagers and they’ll say something like “Wow…you’ve been playing awhile you should take a break!” right after that dialogue it’ll reset and you’ll start getting pings again. You’ll get a ping right after you talk to a villager about this so don’t talk to a villager you want a ping from. This will happen about every hour or so.
It’s said that you can only get one request a day! I don’t know if this is true, but I surely don’t want to take the risk. After I get a request I’ll time travel a day in time to continue grinding for pwp’s. I have never gotten two requests in a day.
- Empty your pockets of bells/items
- Fill your inventory of flowers
- Trap villagers you don’t want pinging you (optional)
- Swim to the farthest edge of your ocean and wait for 5-10 minutes
- Walk by villagers to get a ping
- Change catchphrases/greetings if possible.
- Talk to villagers if you’re not getting pings anymore (typically after an hour)