Given that Animal Crossing: New Leaf has been a hugely anticipated game for the Nintendo 3DS, we thought it would be nice to chronicle the playthrough to give you just a taste of things to come. There will be minor spoilers here, mostly because each day introduces new features, but the game does give you a tremendous amount of freedom. This is the final edition of the Animal Crossing: New Leaf Diary, but we can assure you that this barely scratches the surface! We also have our review for the game for you to check out, should you so wish! If you missed any days of this fortnight’s events, you can check them out here.
Day Fourteen: Establishing The Legacy
Gulliver sent me a Shamrock clock. Looks pretty snazzy, though I need to figure out where I want to put it.
At the town hall today, I asked Isabelle for an update on my progress over the past fortnight. She gave me a glittering statement from the townsfolk. I’m glad to see that my short time here has been met with such approval.
Merengue asked me if she should write a book – entitled “Thebes: Wild World”. I gave her my blessing, to which she said she’d give me an advance copy to look through. I look forward to reading it! I also overheard Agent S and Snake talking about dancing fitness marathons. It seems right up Snake’s street, being fitness orientated and all, but Agent S doesn’t look like the type to go the distance. It was soon clear that her idea was only half baked, since she gave it up after speaking to Snake.
I did however make one big mistake today. I promised Margie that we’d hang out, but some business at the island got out of hand. When I saw her in the museum, she asked if I had forgotten. She apparently was going to bring cake! I made my apologies, promising never to bail again. Now I know how the others feel when they’ve had to bail on me. I won’t give them such a hard time in future.
Though my time here has been short, I think the town is thriving enough to not bother with this diary any more. Perhaps I should leave it for the next mayor of Thebes as a sort of how-to guide. I of course will learn from my past experiences and continue to develop this town into a thriving community!