Hello! I tried making an early post… but AJHQ refused to update early. Pfft, so here’s a post!
Jam Mart Clothing
We have two items stocked up in stores!
Jam Mart Furniture
A new item plus a returning one. I feel like they should make an ice sculpture of a heart or something Friendship Festival-related and it would be shiny haha, but those two items look amazing.
However, we also have one leaving item:
We have a returning item to keep you warm!
I wonder what it looks like when a giraffe or horse uses this item…
Want to still look cool despite the occasion? Members, this shop has the perfect item for that aura about you!
Today’s adventure I decided to play New Year’s Fortune. Liza greets you upon arrival, and the Luck Dragon aids your adventure.
I covered on a post on the tips and tricks and pretty much “how-to” play the adventure, but I will copy and paste it from last year onto this post.
The dragon acts like a compass, which is funny, because the Chinese invented the compass. The nearer you are to the hong bao (red envelope), the dragon would be warmer.
If the dragon is blue and the swirling aura is massive, then you are far from it. Real far. Travel some more. If the blue ring decreases in size, you are in the right track.
Soon, it will turn green. It means you’re getting closer. Kind of like neutral?
Then, when it bursts out fire, that means you’re close! It keeps breathing out more and more fire the closer you get until you reach the spot.
In addition, try to cooperate with other Jammers around, because they tend to be helpful and wants everyone to find the prizes. As last year, the pattern is item-gems-gems-item, so every three rounds would be an item round.
The prizes has been slightly changed, but AJHQ got too lazy to remove the roosters.
I’d like to clarify something about the Fish Wall Art. There is NO year of the fish, but the Chinese saying goes “nian nian you yu” which means “with each year there is fish”, or rather “with each year there is success”. So when eating fish during a Chinese new year dinner, you should never ever flip the fish! If you do that, it means you flip your success over. Symbolism.
That’s all for now! Jam on!