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Protectosaur Meetings – Tuesday

Hello Dinos!
Tomorrow, we will have another set of Protectosaur meetings. In case you aren’t familiar, Protectosaurs (and non Protectosaurs) are encouraged to meet once a week if possible, to discuss different things to come, and that are going on around the island.

  • Topic: Webo Spies, Spike Attacks and Bugs.
  • Where: Dr. Nanosaurus Secret Lab
  • When: Tuesday, November 22nd– 12:00 WST and 16:00 WST

See you there!

~Snarl

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Protectosaur Meetings – Tuesday

Hello Dinos!
Tomorrow, we will have another set of Protectosaur meetings. In case you aren’t familiar, Protectosaurs (and non Protectosaurs) are encouraged to meet once a week if possible, to discuss different things to come, and that are going on around the island.

  • Topic: Webo Spies, Spike Attacks and Bugs.
  • Where: Dr. Nanosaurus Secret Lab
  • When: Tuesday, November 15th– 12:00 WST & 16:00 WST

See you there!

~Snarl

Warning – Linus Glitch

Hello Dinos!

A new glitch has appeared recently, which is very dangerous for you, because it will temporarily prevent you from going anywhere but the Training Area. If you see Linus in Gushing Geyser, do not click on him. Be very careful, because if you accidentally click on him, you will be sent to the Intro Quest and thus won’t be able to leave the Training area.

~Snarl

Weekly Quests Coming Soon!

Hey there Dinos!

In the new Blog post, Mio gave us some info about the weekly Quests. He said that “Starting in two weeks Linus will have a new quest each week as he tracks Spike’s movements and tries to foil all of his plans!”. He also said that things will change very rapidly over the next month.

It sounds very awesome! If you all want to help out, you can do so by sending bug reports, that would make finding and fixing them all easier for the Devs. You can do so by commenting here. Remember to give as many details as possible! 😉

~Snarl

New Official Contest — Bug Squashing Weekend!

Hey dinos!

Mio has announced the new contest starting now, and ending on Monday. It’s the Bug Squashing weekend! All you need to do is find a ton of bugs, and post them on this post, using this format:

Bug:

Location:

How it happens:

The person with the most (actual) bugs wins a Mechanical Dino! Easy, eh?

Do you think this is a good idea? Or do you think Webosaurs is too lazy to find the bugs themself? 😛

-Remi