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Hi... I am doing this corectly, right?

Post by mewthree on Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:48 pm

My names Mewthree/Eba7 and I like potatoes. I am new to Nyokas but like them a lot. Um... [[insert long description]] and that is when fred said [[insert end of weird sentance]]
Most of you won't know me, but a few of you might. I am famous for being on many sites of different kinds at once, such as playing games, rping, forum posting, etc.
I like to rp, and am a mediocre wrigter. I am probably the youngest here, but I am extremley smart. I've been punished by teachers because I corrected them :O.
The end Smile or is it... possibly...
Spoiler:
maybe not...

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Re: Hi... I am doing this corectly, right?

Post by Voxezi on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:17 pm

Welcome Bot:

Getting Started:
To start out, don't use internet explorer with Project Nyoka. Project Nyoka was not made to run in that web browser, so you won't get the full effect. Google Chrome, Safari, Fire Fox, and Opera are all other web browsing options if you don't know any, and are free to download. Now, I'll assume you want to get some new pets? In order to do this, click on the planet icon in your toolbar and you'll be taken to see the Nyokan Solar System. There are lots of planets there, but the only one that is open to the public at the moment is Zeima (the large blue one). Click it, and you'll be taken to a large screen showing the planet. There are several different biomes you may visit: desert, tundra, forest, grassland, and water. Each different location has its own unique creatures that live there. Upon clicking the biomes, you may see three egg icons with descriptions beneath them - if you click on one of those, you'll adopt your first new creature! If there are now creatures currently in that biome, you'll see nothing and may move backwards to choose a different one. Another option for getting new creatures is the pound. There is no commonly available direct link to the pound, and if you would like to access it, you need only visit a biome; if a creature is in the pound for adoption there will be a link to it above the usual text. Once in the pound, you may adopt by simply clicking the creature you would like. There is a limit to owning five babies at a time.
How to Grow Babies:
Now that you've adopted your creatures, you'd probably like to be able to see them. In order to visit your creatures, click on the eye icon in your toolbar (located to the left of the planet icon). Now that you can see all of your creatures, you need to help them grow, to quickly embed all of your creatures, click the text "Use this to help your creatures grow!" located just above the viewing screen. Once you've checkmarked the boxes of all of the creatures you wanted to click, select "BBCode" - that's what is most commonly used in forums (if BBCode isn't working on the site you're trying to put them on - switch to HTML). Now you'll see two options: level up via image and level up via click. Both have their perks and downfalls. If you select level up via image, nobody needs to click them, but they'll only obtain one level per view. If you instead choose level up via click, in order to level up they need to be clicked, but they obtain two levels per every separate click. A creature will grow from Alpha to Beta in sixty levels, from Beta to Delta in an additional forty levels, and from Delta to Omega in another sixty levels.
More Information:
Here's some quick information about each creature's stage: a creature in its egg or baby stage is known as an "Alpha," once they hatch, they're known as a "Beta," when they have been gendered, they're known as a "Delta," and once they've finally reached their final stage, they're known as "Omegas." In order to reach the Omega stage, you'll have to use the previously mentioned codes to get clicks; there is a limit of sixty interactions for a creature in twenty-four hours, and one person may click it once every twelve hours. Using the level up via image option means that the creature will be able to reach the Beta stage, but will then have to wait to grow up further, whereas using the level up via click option allows it to grow into the Delta stage before reaching the daily limit. A quick note: if you visit your creature's page, there is an "actions" drop-down menu in which you may name, kill, describe, breed, bond, neotonize, or abandon your creature. Neotony means to simply freeze your creature, stopping its growth completely and abandoning simply means you'll drop it in the pound; these options are not available for Omegas. On the other hand, breeding and bonding are two options available only to Omegas. If you click "breed" a list of compatible creatures will appear and you may breed it to produce a new Alpha; "bonding" a creature essentially makes them married and they'll only breed with each other.
Click Me?:
Now that you know the basics, a good place to get started out on clicks is the click thread in site discussions. Only Nyokan creatures are allowed to be posted there; there is another click thread for non-Nyokan creatures in General Discussion.
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My name's Mewthree/Eba7 and I like potatoes. I am new to Nyoka but like it a lot. Um... [insert long description] and that is when fred said [insert end of weird sentence].
Most of you won't know me, but a few of you might. I am famous for being on many sites of different kinds at once, such as playing games, rping, forum posting, etc.
I like to rp, and am a mediocre writer. I am probably the youngest here, but I am extremely smart. I've been punished by teachers because I corrected them :O.
The end :) or is it... possibly...

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Re: Hi... I am doing this corectly, right?

Post by Drakkon on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:19 pm

Vox, your post just made my day. WRITERS UNITE. >:"U
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Re: Hi... I am doing this corectly, right?

Post by Voxezi on Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:00 pm

Drakkon wrote:Vox, your post just made my day. WRITERS UNITE. >:"U
lol. xD >:"U

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Re: Hi... I am doing this corectly, right?

Post by mewthree on Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:02 pm

thanks Smile I have no idea how I misspelled that XD Fail... Oh, and the them was reffering (honestly can't spell that) to the creatures, not the whole thing, even though I am new to the forum as well.

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Mew! :D

Post by Galasdorin on Thu Jul 28, 2011 5:39 pm

Hiya Mew! Very Happy Its me, Gal! Very Happy Yes, Mew and I are on a bunch of forums together, we basically have the same interests...I'm not super young, but sorta..oh, I like to draw as well, I can draw, edit, fuse, and mix...anything you want. Smile Anyways, so yeah...glad to have signed up, probably gonna post a topic for my introduction right after this, can't wait to..oh, you get it, this is sort of a hi to a friend/introduction post, lol. XD
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Re: Hi... I am doing this corectly, right?

Post by mewthree on Thu Jul 28, 2011 5:41 pm

Who are you?
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Just kidding XD

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