Noticed a few discussions regarding things this forum needs and possible suggestions scattered around the place. Figured a central thread for the sole purpose of discussing these things would be good so as to not clutter up the other threads, haha.
So yeah, and requests, feedback, suggestions, etc. that you have feel free to drop them here and talk them out as a community. Any mod-related duties that need taking care of I should be able to handle until the activity picks up enough to warrant a full-time mod. ^____^
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Hmszelda, retrieved the previous header file and put it up again (hosted by my gallery instead of somebody's tinypic so it sticks).
Thanks for bringing it up!
Jun 02, 13 at 2:33pm
Lorx Hi, I was wondering if you could do me and the whole forum a favor? The header seems to not be working, and to be frank, it's starting to bug me. So I was thinking maybe you could put one up if you had a second? There is the whole contest full of headers, or the two below images I got off of google for a quick fix.
Please and thank you! ^ ^;
Jul 12, 11 at 9:02pm
I didn't even notice that there was a theme because I'm on the mobile site so much...
But I like the current theme too... very Harvest Moonesque.
Jul 12, 11 at 8:45pm
I think the forum's current theme works really well, tbqh. Test:
One of the more current Harvest Moon Games, HM:DS is a time consuming game with an immense range of features and events to learn about and complete. Like the rest of the series, HMDS greatly includes various aspects of farming, centering around raising and selling different types of crops. Marriage is also a common event used in Harvest Moon Games, and this one is no exception. There are a wide range of brides with different personalities. Other aspects of the game include, but are not limited to, mining, befriending villagers, ranching (taking care of animals), raising a child, and rescuing Harvest Sprites.
Ancient rivals, the Harvest Goddess and Witch Princess, are at it again. We begin at the Goddess Pond, next to the Sprite Tree. The Goddess and the Witch often get into small fights, which the Goddess often wins. Finally the Witch has had enough, and she has decided to try a new, dangerous, spell on her rival. But it doesn't work out the way she planned it, for when she says the magic words, the Harvest Goddess turns into solid stone! The sprites (the Goddess's working friends) are very angry, and demand that the Witch Princess changes her back. Grudgingly, she agrees and attempts another spell. But, naturally, this one fails too and the Goddess is now transported away to somewhere unknown. Now the sprites are REALLY mad! Quick thinking leads the witch to transport them to the unknown world too!
The Witch Princess is a somewhat selfish being, and she knows without the sprites and her Goddess rival, life will be boring and nobody wants that! Now the main character comes along when the Witch notices him standing by the tree. She pretty much forces him to help rescue the Harvest Goddess and the Sprites, then leaves him alone in front of the tree. And thus begins your journey to rescue the sprites, and return the Goddess to her rightful home!