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 Post subject: Re: Animal Crossing Switch
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I started over twice.
I found that the special things like rainbows and stars made my results worse. I also found that the results were by far the best when I really looked at the hour mark (so 11.00 and not 11.23) and if I only took into account the clouds. Once it was raining on my head but it wasn't "rain" it was "cloudy" because of the clouds pattern. Obviously ignore the decorative clouds.


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Metreorrwrerooronook really doesn't like my weather results. I'm currently travelling back through time to check each setting and they've all been correct so far, but still no matches. :(

How many days entries have you entered, Dimrill? It took me about seven days of results. Each of my days took between 3-6 data points (I usually added from 7am onwards, exactly on the hour).

I had a bit of trouble finding mine the first two times I tried (it rather, it found them but they were wrong) so I made solute to only add Monday-Friday so that I wasn’t accidentally putting in event days. I was also extra careful to select the appropriate ‘unsure’ option if I wasn’t 100% sure if it was cloudy or sunny on the stroke of the hour.


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I started over twice.
I found that the special things like rainbows and stars made my results worse. I also found that the results were by far the best when I really looked at the hour mark (so 11.00 and not 11.23) and if I only took into account the clouds. Once it was raining on my head but it wasn't "rain" it was "cloudy" because of the clouds pattern. Obviously ignore the decorative clouds.

I think what Miki says about looking at 11:00 and not 11:23 is key. When I was really paying attention I found conditions looked different only a few minutes later.

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 Post subject: Re: Animal Crossing Switch
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Also Dimmers you must not do weather on event days.

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 Post subject: Re: Animal Crossing Switch
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@TheVision both your girls just visited and both of them left using -
can you please explain to them that this is NOT the way to leave an island as it resets the session for all the people on the island
the first one used minus to leave while I was still talking to her, which is possibly what happened to mimi as pressing minus in the chat is reporting to nintendo


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 Post subject: Re: Animal Crossing Switch
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@TheVision both your girls just visited and both of them left using -
can you please explain to them that this is NOT the way to leave an island as it resets the session for all the people on the island
the first one used minus to leave while I was still talking to her, which is possibly what happened to mimi as pressing minus in the chat is reporting to nintendo


No problem... Sorry about that! I'll tell them.

They'll be back to school on Wednesday so their Animal Crossing time will drastically decrease. I might actually get a go on my Switch!


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hehe I wonder what you'll find :D
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Thank you for letting me come over and stargaze, Miki x x

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Love it! Good to see others making use of second homes to add stuff. My 2nd home 'clubhouse' is almost done :D

I caught a red dragonfly and a monarch butterfly this morning while I was doing my regular morning bits. Very excited to see what autumn-themed stuff we will get over the coming month or two.

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Hiya ... My turnip price is 181 this morning and Turnip Prophet says there's a big chance of a large spike. I'll keep you posted for the price this afternoon. If it increases, I'll open the gate.

I have a meeting this morning with school for Becca so that's on my mind at the moment. Fingers crossed that will go well as she really needs her time managing successfully there as she's Autistic and finds it hard to even be there at all.

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romanista wrote:

Love it! Good to see others making use of second homes to add stuff. My 2nd home 'clubhouse' is almost done :D

I caught a red dragonfly and a monarch butterfly this morning while I was doing my regular morning bits. Very excited to see what autumn-themed stuff we will get over the coming month or two.


I like your library Romanista :luv:

I hadn't thought of using the other profiles on the switch to make more houses Jem. I don't know why! I know Alex isn't going to use his so ...


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 Post subject: Re: Animal Crossing Switch
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Good luck at Beccas school Abeille!


Steve has a house on our island, not because I had a good plan but because Katie wanted dad to also be there
so it's not a library or clubhouse, but full of papa things, so he has a hoover :D and chinese food table :D and lots of space stuff
and now I will be able to finally craft the bonsai soon!
oh and I use his storage a bit, all the wedding clobber is in his storage in case someone wants any

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 Post subject: Re: Animal Crossing Switch
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The library is ace, Rick! I have a couple of times thought of taking over Russell’s house (because he rarely actually plays) and making it into something else, but I don’t know if I ever would.

I felt almost disappointed this morning as I caught two of the new bugs within 15 seconds of walking out of the house and then another a few minutes later. Only three bugs left to catch in the whole critterpedia.

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I have a feeling I've missed some bugs at some point because I defo have more than 3 bugs left to catch. Maybe 7-8??

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The library is ace, Rick! I have a couple of times thought of taking over Russell’s house (because he rarely actually plays) and making it into something else, but I don’t know if I ever would.

I felt almost disappointed this morning as I caught two of the new bugs within 15 seconds of walking out of the house and then another a few minutes later. Only three bugs left to catch in the whole critterpedia.


I ended up making a list of the bugs I needed to make sure I didn't miss any and this is what I need:
Monarch Butterfly - Sep-Nov (4am-5pm)
Bell Cricket - Sep-Oct (5pm-8am)
Cricket - Sep-Nov (5pm-8am)
Damselfly - Nov-Feb (All day)
Dung Beetle - Dec-Feb (All day)

So have you caught two of those already? (or maybe the guide I cribbed the months from is wrong :) )

plus I need to catch another fly as I forgot to donate the one I caught.

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I have 6 left and have been pretty damn dilligent in getting them, getting four of each every month (except for that damn cicada shell, only caught two of those).

New ones this month that haven't already been available:

Monarch Butterfly
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The library is ace, Rick! I have a couple of times thought of taking over Russell’s house (because he rarely actually plays) and making it into something else, but I don’t know if I ever would.

I felt almost disappointed this morning as I caught two of the new bugs within 15 seconds of walking out of the house and then another a few minutes later. Only three bugs left to catch in the whole critterpedia.


I ended up making a list of the bugs I needed to make sure I didn't miss any and this is what I need:
Monarch Butterfly - Sep-Nov (4am-5pm)
Bell Cricket - Sep-Oct (5pm-8am)
Cricket - Sep-Nov (5pm-8am)
Damselfly - Nov-Feb (All day)
Dung Beetle - Dec-Feb (All day)

So have you caught two of those already? (or maybe the guide I cribbed the months from is wrong :) )

plus I need to catch another fly as I forgot to donate the one I caught.

Yes, I caught the monarch butterfly, red dragonfly and cricket this morning.

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I’m pretty sure I only have 6 fish left to catch, too.

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I'm guessing the bit I read on the Damselfly and Dung Beetle is wrong then :)

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No, I don’t think so: I don’t have those. I am missing one other as well.

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Sorry if I’m being confusing.

What I mean is I woke up this morning and had 6 bugs and six fish left to catch.

Then I caught three bugs: red dragonfly, monarch butterfly and cricket.

I now have 3 bugs and 6 fish left to catch in my critterpedia before it is full.

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Nah, it's probably just me.. I'm not quite with it today. :)

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These are the gaps in my critterpedia.

So the ones I am missing are
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Sorry if I’m being confusing.

What I mean is I woke up this morning king and had 6 bugs and six fish left to catch.

Then I caught three bugs: red dragonfly, monarch butterfly and cricket.

I now have 3 bugs and 6 fish left to catch in my critterpedia before it is full.
The bugs I don’t yet have are:
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Bell cricket and one other. I think. Russell just said he thinks it’s two I’m missing.


The other one will be the damselfly then I think.

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These are the fish I'm missing:

Pike - Sep-Dec (4am-9pm)
Pond Smelt - Dec-Feb
Stringfish - Dec-Mar (4pm-9am)
Mitten Crab - Sep 16th - Nov (4pm-9am)
King Salmon - Sep
Sturgeon - Sep-Mar
Blowfish - Nov-Feb (9pm-4am)

I'll have to make sure I don't forget the King Salmon.

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These are the fish I'm missing:

Pike - Sep-Dec (4am-9pm)
Pond Smelt - Dec-Feb
Stringfish - Dec-Mar (4pm-9am)
Mitten Crab - Sep 16th - Nov (4pm-9am)
King Salmon - Sep
Sturgeon - Sep-Mar
Blowfish - Nov-Feb (9pm-4am)

I'll have to make sure I don't forget the King Salmon.

I’ve got stringfish and sturgeon of those, but I’m also missing one more (salmon) that is only available in September too.

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Thanks for posting that image Mimi, that's useful! So I'm missing the same as you, plus the cricket, and two beetles.

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No problem. I had to put it on as I’d ended up quite confused myself :D

I took a screenshot of my missing fish whilst I was there, as well:


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My turnip price is 261 if that's any use. I've opened the gate :luv:


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Good luck at Beccas school Abeille!


Thank you. The meeting went okay although it was a bit stressful. I'm glad it's done now


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pff if you were early enough to catch a cricket you deserve all the critters ;)

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He (the cricket) was right outside my door this morning.

I was woken up by D running into the bedroom this morning shouting ‘Mimmy, it’s Autumn!’. Or maybe he said September? I can’t quite remember because I was (trying to be) asleep.

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Oh, he doesn’t get up early. His sunrise clock is set to 6:45am every day, and he gets up at that time exactly, every day. it’s a long walk to school, so I’m hoping we won’t have to start setting it earlier :D

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Gate is open. Redd is here and also Mint is at the campsite.

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I couldn’t find the golden beetle last week.. fisshes now three left, got the sallmons and crab yesterday....vvoh and don’t forget the new seacreatures

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@Devilman, the large painting at the back is real and quite rare, cant see if the girl with pearl earring is real, the statue is fake but nice for decoration
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I don't know, you spend an entire month diving for flatworms and then have 7 in a row in one night. Tut. And I just realised I didn't catch my 3 extra vampire squids in August, so they'll join Stringfish and cicada shells on the "not getting a model of" list.

Anyone else think of @gazchap every time they catch a gazami crab? no? just me?

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you should put those models on your wishlist in the other thread
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For months I've been trying to maintain the island as the rustic, remote, backwoods rural idyll I yearn to escape to, but I've finally given in to Isabelle's research and have begun to pave over paradise. I've built a small play area for the little ones and made a cafe/snack area by the waterfall. Very tempted to join the library train next!

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@TheVision both your girls just visited and both of them left using -
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the first one used minus to leave while I was still talking to her, which is possibly what happened to mimi as pressing minus in the chat is reporting to nintendo


No problem... Sorry about that! I'll tell them.

They'll be back to school on Wednesday so their Animal Crossing time will drastically decrease. I might actually get a go on my Switch!


I suspect it's also them that's taking all the spare fossils from my island too - every single one has gone again today.

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