The Bearators are, ah, bragging. I really don’t like them bragging. Even though, I do, um, happen to brag. A lot. It’s a Super Thunder characteristic. So is procrastination and inability to pay attention to math. Anyway, remember that Poptropica Friend thingy? Ya, well, the Bearators are trying to make us hyped up for this. So, they hit a lot of Poptropicans’ weak spots: completed islands.
Monday, April 23, 2012
Playing through an Island on Poptropica gets you many rewards. Besides the satisfaction of a job well done, you’ll also earn a gold medallion that you can wear to show off your accomplishment. But how many of you have been able to pull thisoff?
Medallions for every Island! Whoa, nelly. That’s worth bragging about. Soon it’ll be easier to show off an achievement like this.
One of the great things about Poptropica Friends
is that you’ll be able to see what medallions your friends have earned, and they’ll be able to see the same for you. You’ll even be able to show off how many times you’ve beaten each Island, by using Island Restart
Poptropica Friends is launching soon. There’s no better time than the present to start adding to your medallion total, before all your friends can see!
Well, uh, Mr. Crawfish, I don’t mean to sound rude or anything (actually, I do), but that isn’t your account. You wish it was yours!
And a surprising amount of Poptropicans have finished all the islands, dude, I mean, sir. I am, like, one in a ten million thousand Poptropican POPulation that has.
I don’t look enough like Christine Daae. D: Maybe Brave Tomato (who also has finished all the islands) happens to have a better Christine costume. I just look like a wannabe ballerina in a white dress.
Brave Tomato: This is my Christine costume. Well, I’ve actually never watched the whole Phantom movie, but I saw a little in Chorus class when there is a substitute teacher. So here’s Small Fang (1313skull) sporting Christine Daae’s outfit!
Oh well, though. We can’t all be like Christine. Just don’t say that to Meg. Or leave her alone with potentially dangerous objects. *is so obsessed with Phantom of the Opera*
Okay, so now I’ll go work on a Meg Pop costume, and I’ll watch Love Never Dies (sequel) and then… *gaze lands on math homework* I’ll have to learn how to factor a stupid trinomial.
Who cares what x is? It’s not like they’re gonna ask me in life, “Hey what is the square root of 3583896732489634677342 times the factorization of 4328753208963280 in standard form to the fourth power, times a negative 16?” It’s just not gonna happen. And it better not be asked in Poptropica. *glares at Bearators*
~Christine (Super Thunder)