Hey! I’m back with another post today, on this day, this Saturday, the day of which is now occurring in present time. Why? Because the Creators have just released a MASSIVE update for Poptropica Realms, and it is AMAZING. Tonnes of new stuff! Let’s start with the costumes!


Here we have the Master Creator costume! A costume you will automatically obtain upon reaching level 15. To reach level 15, you’ll have to build. A LOT. I had to build an entire lair for a swamp troll AND a desert oasis in order to get that far! It’s worth it though-you can use it to unlock SUPER JUMP! Which is a new ability that lets you jump really high. Ok, tell me I’m not the only one who wants a movie about this super-jumping viking. Fighting a troll. With fruits. And a soundtrack provided entirely by electronic bagpipes. Really? I’m all alone here?


The second is the Realms Builder costume. You can get this one by entering the promo code GOREALMS in the Poptropica Store. Basically it makes you look like a construction worker and a miner had a baby, who is torn apart by his/her parents’ bickering over his/her future, only to run away from home, leaving behind a note saying “I’m sorry, but I have to find out who I really am.”, after which he/she decided to continue both his/her parents’ legacy by becoming the world’s first construct-o-miner.


“How’s the weather?” Is something people say when they’re being forced to make small talk with people they either don’t know or really despise. In Poptropica, that really doesn’t work.

Me: How’s the weather?

Shark Boy: It’s sunny. Like it always has been on this TROPICAL island.

Me: How’s the weather?

Katya: Rainy. It’s always rainy. You know that. 

Me: How’s the weather?

Me: Get a social life dude.

But now, Poptropica Realms has WEATHER! Basically every once in a while, the weather will change. Rain, snow, sandstorms and even ACID RAIN AND METEOR SHOWERS!!!


Now we have the abilities. Firstly, there’s the Super Jump, which lets you jump really high. You unlock it by getting to level 15 and unlocking the Master Creator costume. This is actually surprisingly useful for getting out of tight spots. BOING!


And here we have the Hammerang. This ability lets you throw the Svadilfari forward and destroy anything in its way, after which it returns to you like a boomerang. Except it’s a hammer. And it’s aimed at your face.


The Ground Pound let’s you smash the Svadilfari against whatever you’re currently standing on and causes a large portion of it to crumble to nothing. In a way, it’s kind of like a metaphor for my soul.

Wow! This was a huge update. Well, I hope you guys have fun with the new Poptropica Realms!


Aw man. Oh well. Peace out Pop-wait, wait, WAIT! I have one more thing to say: WATCH OUT FOR TWILIGHT PIXIES! Ok. NOW we can end this blog post. Peace out Poptropicans!

The Little Things: Cryptids Island

It’s been a while since I made one of these. I’VE BEEN TIRED OK?!? Lots of tests, projects and foot drills. Yeah, that’s right! FOOT DRILLS!!! I need to vent my anger a bit. There will be spoilers in the following post. If you don’t want spoilers…..too bad. Let’s get started!


1. Hedge Trimming Minigame: If you have the Garden Shears, you can actually go to the housing area with all the hedges, head on over to the massive untrimmed hedge, and use those shears to play a hedge trimming minigame!




2. The Fence of Feet: I really love all the work Creators do to make sure every little bit of the game is worth noting. Remember-They have to design the entire island from scratch, including every single detail of the background. Speaking of which, if you look at the background of the Mews Mansion gate, you’ll see that the fence is made of feet! Well, not literally. That would be gross.


A nice little detail to honor Bigfoot!

3. The Devil’s Cottage: We all know the infamous Jersey Devil. The thing was supposedly the child of the witch, Mother Leeds. In Cryptids Island you find Mother Leeds’ cottage and it’s pretty much the creepiest thing ever. If you look at the gate of the cottage, you’ll see that the number plate reads 669.


But you’ll also notice that the number 9 is a little crooked. So…..what if the number 9 was actually the number 6 flipped over? For those of you who are bad at math (or basic logic) that would make the number plate 666. THE NUMBER OF THE DEVIL!!! DUN DUN DUN!!! It makes sense though. Mother Leeds was a witch after all.

4. Return of the Ribica: The viewfinder at Loch Ness is a fun little feature on Cryptids Island. Occasionally you can spot planes, Balloon Boy, and sometimes, you’ll spot this little fishing boat.


Does that boat look familiar to you? Well it should! FLASHBACK POWERS, ACTIVATE!


It’s the Ribica! Ok, so maybe there are some differences, like the missing name, and the missing fishing rod, but other than that, it’s pretty much the same. And I’m satisfied with that.

Well, that’s all. I’m going to bed.

An Analysis of Octavian

Hello freaks of planet Earth! Wow, it’s been a while since I posted. But to be fair, I was dead for the past few weeks. A special thanks to Kalypso the necromancer! Give her a hand everyone! 

Well, now that that’s out of the way, you guys probably know about the graphic novel Mystery of the Map right? Well, I’ve been reading it for the past few days and I already have a favorite character.

THAT’S RIGHT! OC-FREAKING-TAVIAN!!! I always say that the villain is more interesting than the heroes, and while Jorge, Oliver and Mya are entertaining, there’s something about Octavian that exudes a kind of charisma. Plus, LOOK AT THAT KNIFE!!! I have dreams about cutting blocks of cheese with a knife like that. (I AM A CHEESE GOD!!! YES! MELT MY CHILDREN! MELT FOR YOUR GOD!!! I WISH TO BATHE IN YOUR LIQUIFIED REMAINS!!!) But despite 20 pages being already released, Octavian’s motives and backstory are still shrouded in mystery. And that may be one of the biggest factors contributing to the aforementioned aura of charisma. 

He’s obviously been looking for Poptropica for some time now, as evident in this page. 

But he’s obviously not just after the discovery of Poptropica, he’s after something IN Poptropica. And then there’s the next page, in which the ambiguity of his motives are lampshaded. 

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY “IT IS TIME”?!? This guy’s almost as ambiguous as that thing that lives in my toilet that whispers to me incoherently like “Yrgnuh llits ma I. Reve wohs tseb eht si revyGcaM. Yrgnuh ma I. ” 

Anyway, Octavian obviously has big plans, and he’ll do anything to get his way, like shoving three kids out of a hot air balloon in ANOTHER REALM. But what exactly is his goal? Well, it’s impossible to tell. We’ll just have to wait and see if we want to know. So let’s sum up his character traits. Ruthless, determined, mysterious, kind of a terrible person, awesome cheese knife. 

Really though, regardless of any flaws this character has (like being a terrible person) he still makes a magnificent villain. Well, that’s all for this post! Say goodbye Octavian!

Ha ha! I’ll be sure to bathe in your liquified remains first. 

Also, does that bag of his look familiar to you? 


TWO NEW CARDS IN THE STORE! TWO! ONE’S FOR MEMBERS-ONLY, THE OTHER’S FOR EVERYONE!!! WHAT ARE THEY?!? Biome hats. They’re Biome hats. One for each Biome in Poptropica Realms. And so you guys can take a look at all the hats, and to fulfill my secret dream of being a professional hat critic, HERE THEY ARE!


The Ice Biome Hat is not only perfect for keeping you warm on those cold nights, but it’s also a remarkable fashion statement. I love the way the hat attempts to capture the likeness of a wild Arctic beast, with the whisker furnishing, the white fur and the magnificent pointed ears. I especially love the fang-like protrusions on either side of the hat, they just really capitalize on the wild, untamed look this hat has. It’s that kind of attention to detail we just don’t get in hatters these days. Finally, the stitches on the side give it an appearance of barely being held together, as if it were hand-made by an Arctic explorer from the fur of an Arctic beast. A brilliant work.


We often get so caught up in modern society and its beauties that we often forget about beauty’s roots. The Forest Biome hat reminds us of the kind of beauty that can only be found in nature. The hatter responsible for this work of art has taken inspiration from a bird’s nest. The crisp green leaves complement the nice shade of purple in the sticks, which are both emphasized by the pale white eggs that sit atop this hat. But all appearances aside, I like to see this hat as a commentary on nature. The eggs in the hat seem to be a metaphor for the fragility and beauty of nature. The wearer of the hat is therefore the protector of nature, emphasizing that we must play a part in protecting and preserving the beauty that is nature. A beautiful hat with a beautiful meaning.


The Desert Biome Hat is admittedly not one of my favourites. First of all it’s not a very attractive hat to look at. I mean, it’s pretty ugly and awkward looking. While the jagged edge is certainly a nice touch, the overall design is pretty underwhelming. Secondly, it has a rather boring colour scheme. Blue and grey aren’t exactly the most eye-catching of colours. But it is functional. In the hot dry heat of the unforgiving Desert Biome, you’re gonna need to keep cool. The Desert Biome hat is perfectly suited for that exact purpose! And the hinge lets you adjust the umbrella to shield you from the harsh sun. So while it’s not fashionable, it is functional.


The Swamp Biome hat is a sight to behold. It’s basically a baby crocodile that lives on your head. Not only is it an interesting pet, it’s an attention-grabbing piece of headwear that never fails to impress. Observe the sly look in the crocodile’s eye, complemented by the faint, crafty, toothed smile. It just seems to give off a sort of charm you can’t find anywhere else. The crocodile is an animal renown for lying in wait and springing to action when it needs to. This hat brings out the scheming, crafty demeanor often associated with crocodiles and adds on a bit of charm. This pays off greatly as the end result is a magnificent hat with the sort of charm that comes with any manipulative creature.


Looking for a futuristic headwear? Well, with the Lunar Biome hat, you will never have to look ever again! Wait…no…….whatever. This hat is certainly innovative. A clean wraparound blue hat topped off with a futuristic laser antenna. I have to say this has a rather simple design when compared to the others but that’s really the point I suppose. This hat is meant to appear post-Earth, a time and place more advanced than what we have now, and it does its job well. I really appreciate the decor on this one. The single antenna with the glowy laser-ring things really capitalize on the whole future theme. In short, it’s simple, but effective.

Sorry! No Fire or Crystal Biome hats. I’m not a member.

UPDATE: Thanks to the Poptropica Help Blog, I can and will now review the members-only hats. HUZZAH!


The Fire Biome hat is a tasteful piece of headwear. The geometry (and geography) of the entire thing is just stunning. I love the crater-like design and the pool of magma, but I especially love the winding streams of lava running down the sides. I also love the stark contrast between the dark earthy texture of the hat and the exquisite orange-red glow of the lava. But what I love most about this hat is how it captures the volatile, fiery nature of volcanoes. Volcanoes are essentially nature’s time bombs, they seem calm and then all of a sudden BOOM! You’re neck deep in molten lava. When you look at this hat, it seems serene and calm, but there’s a certain element of suspense in there as well. As if the hat could burst into flames at any moment. THAT is what volcanoes are all about, and this hat does a brilliant job at capturing it.


Firstly, I have to say the Crystal Biome hat is beautiful. There’s something about it that just seems to radiate feminine grace. It almost seems like a crown for a royal princess. The slight glow from the crystal even gives it a magic-ish type feel. But unfortunately, while it is beautiful, it seems to lack originality. The other Biome hats are all unique, and extremely original. It may be because the other hats set the bar too high, but in comparison, the Crystal Biome hat seems rather bland and boring. Nonetheless, it does have its merits. The aforementioned feminine aura gives it a somewhat magical element, and the shades of pink and purple complement each other nicely. So all in all, the hat is beautiful, but it fails to measure up to the other hats in terms of originality.


I hate to say this, but I’m leaving the blog :'( This hurts me a lot, and probably a lot more than any of you can imagine. Super Thunder’s Blog was the first Poptropica Blog I ever visited, and is the site that made me start Poptropica Blogging. And I can’t believe I’m leaving.

In all honesty, I’ve become rather busy, and I’m barely keeping up with my own blog (Or more like, not at all). I hope I can become more active in the Poptropica Blogging Community, and possibly rejoin in the future. It was amazing and fun working here, but I think my time has come. I think someone else can use this spot more than I can. Good luck to Brave Tomato and Beastking77. I hope to work with you both again in the future.

Goodbye :cry:

~~Nameless Undefined

The Hunting of the Cupid

Ah, Valentine’s Day! A day of romance, love and compassion.
I hate it.
It’s not so much the day itself that I hate. It’s just that Valentine’s Day happens to be the day my greatest enemy rises from it’s hiding place.


What’s so bad about Cupid you ask? Well, it’s a hyper-intelligent infant with a bow and arrow AND the desire to shoot people! And guess what else?!? IT CAN FLY!!! I’m fine with peace and love, and all those other warm fuzzy feelings, but I DON’T NEED A SEAGULL-BABY HYBRID DEATH ARCHER TO TEACH ME HOW TO LOVE!!! Why couldn’t they get a better mascot? Like maybe a bushbaby. You know what? That’s it. I’m not gonna let this guy mess with my head anymore. I don’t care what it takes.


Poptropica: Realms Is Available For All!

YES! Now anyone can wield the power of the Svadilfari, including non-members! Now, Poptropica: Realms is an UPDATED version of Poptropica: Land, so there are some differences, namely…….



See those bubbles? Each contains a different realm you can create, save, visit or delete! No more downloading files and cluttering your hard drive!

2. New Worlds!

Tired of desert, snow and forest worlds? Well how about swamp, lunar, fire and crystal ones?!?


Unfortunately, the fire and crystal ones are only available for members. BUT WHO CARES?!? I GOT A SWAMP!!!

3. Poptanium Usage

In Poptropica: Land, all Poptanium did was allow you to level up and unlock items. Now, you use it as currency to pay for stuff when you create. So the more you create, the more your Poptanium depletes. On the bright side, it’s much easier to find Poptanium now. Each ore you unearth while mining is worth 10 Poptanium. Plus, if you look hard enough, you can find these.


Or these.


Or if you’re REALLY lucky, these.