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Things I want in the next acnl

1. To be able to go with friends to the WiFi island and/or whatever the next wifi area is (make it to where you can go with friends.)

2. When someone is over visiting in your town you can see where they are on your map

3. The option to change the inside of your pocket design with a T-shirt design like in the original 

4. The ability to send letters to your worldwide friends from your post office without having to visit them 

5. BRING BACK MESSAGES IN BOTTLES I MISS IT 

6. Little mini jobs you can do throughout the day other than the roost such as working at the able sister’s part time or helping out shampoodle.  ( wouldn’t it be so cute if you could give animals little hair adjustments or make up!)

Just some thoughts I had. lol.

5 tips for Mindmapping

1) Decide on your paper size
Before you start writing anything it’s really important to work out what size paper you want to do your mindmap on. Be it A3, A4, A5 or any other size you can think of, deciding this early on will make things much easier in the long run and leave you with a much more organised mind map

2) Work out the basics
Before you actually start writing anything it’s a really good idea to work out the basics of your mind map. What type of bubble do you want the title to be in? Spiky or a cloud or just a plain circle? What kind of lines to you want leading off from it? Arrows or just plain lines? Straight or curved? Taking 30 seconds to work these out before you start will make everything much easier in the long run and leave you with a much neater and better organised mind map

3) Choose what to write with
This part is all down to personal preference. Do you prefer writing in a plain colour and then highlighting later? Do you want each section in a different colour? Felt tips or biros? Fineliners or pencils? This is the time when you can think about what you’re most comfortable writing with and what’s going to make it easiest for you to retain the information

4) Add pictures and diagrams
Adding little drawings to aid your explanations is a really great way to help you remember what you write. You don’t have to be good at art to make this work, just add a few little diagrams here and there and you’ll be surprised how much more easily you retain the information

5) Have fun with it
You may be looking at a picture of a mind map online and saying to yourself ‘that’s exactly what I want mine to look like’ but in reality that’ll never happen. You’ll never manage to get a mind map that looks exactly the same as someone else’s and in all honesty that would be a bit boring. Instead just get stuck in and create your own unique masterpiece


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Top 5 heart shaped Lakes in the world.

1.) Shimshal Lake – Pakistan

2.) Heart Lake – Canada

Heart-shaped lake surrounded by fall colours, near Ompah, Ontario. Click here to see this lake on google map

3.) Heart Lake – Russia

You must take a 5-hour trekking and climb Peak Cherskogo to see the Lake Heart at the bottom of the mountain.

4.) Lac du Montagnon – France

Lac du Montagnon is a heart-shaped lake located in Pyrénées National Park. Click here to see this lake on google map

5.) Heart-Shaped Lake – Switzerland

Heart-Shaped Lake in Piora Valley – Swiss Alps.

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ran around junkertown map because hooly dooly im curious
1. entertainment system over the roadrat bed
2. junkertown queen poster thats all over the map
3. amusing posters
4. ‘the queen’s decree’
5. various posters around the town for the mech fights
6.  didnt this used to say take out? or am i remembering wrong?
7. this was in one of the locker rooms near the mech fighting ring, what the hell is it im so curious

nocturne-prince  asked:

On the Echoes hype, what are some mechanics that the original Gaiden had that has infulenced or stayed with other fire emblem games that followed. I've seen a few "Gaiden did it first"s floating around and I am curious. Mabe I'll emulate it one day when i have time

1) Route Split
2) Overworld Map
3) Free Grinding 
4) Monsters
5) Tier 3 Promos
6) Tier 0 Promos (i.e Villager class)
7) Dungeon Crawling 
8) Infinite durability
9) Reclassing 

These are the main ones on the top of my head.

5 Tips when it comes to Mind Mapping

1) Decide on your paper size
Before you start writing anything it’s really important to work out what size paper you want to do your mindmap on. Be it A3, A4, A5 or any other size you can think of, deciding this early on will make things much easier in the long run and leave you with a much more organised mind map

2) Work out the basics
Before you actually start writing anything it’s a really good idea to work out the basics of your mind map. What type of bubble do you want the title to be in? Spiky or a cloud or just a plain circle? What kind of lines to you want leading off from it? Arrows or just plain lines? Straight or curved? Taking 30 seconds to work these out before you start will make everything much easier in the long run and leave you with a much neater and better organised mind map

3) Choose what to write with
This part is all down to personal preference. Do you prefer writing in a plain colour and then highlighting later? Do you want each section in a different colour? Felt tips or biros? Fineliners or pencils? This is the time when you can think about what you’re most comfortable writing with and what’s going to make it easiest for you to retain the information 

4) Add pictures and diagrams
Adding little drawings to aid your explanations is a really great way to help you remember what you write. You don’t have to be good at art to make this work, just add a few little diagrams here and there and you’ll be surprised how much more easily you retain the information

5) Have fun with it
You may be looking at a picture of a mind map online and saying to yourself ‘that’s exactly what I want mine to look like’ but in reality that’ll never happen. You’ll never manage to get a mind map that looks exactly the same as someone else’s and in all honesty that would be a bit boring. Instead just get stuck in and create your own unique masterpiece