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The Unicorn and Northern Lights

by Lure on November 2, 2009


Riddle O’DayThe news around these parts has been slow slow slow lately — I sure hope this means that Big Sea Games is working frantically behind the scenes to bring us lots of new games and features!

Over the past few weeks, I have been getting reports that in Riddle O’Day, the northern lights no longer signify the impending arrival of the unicorn. If in fact Big Sea did change the timing of the unicorn, it might have happened on October 14, when they updated a lot of games. Unfortunately, there was no mention of the unicorn in their list of updates from that maintenance period, so we may never know.

In addition, I’ve heard some rumors that the Fairy Queen shows up during thunderstorms. I haven’t been able to confirm this since she’s so very rare, but it’s worth noting that more than a few people wrote in to let us know about this.

Don’t forget, we’ve got a list of all of the Riddle critters and their token payouts — with pictures! — on our Riddle O’Day creatures page. At the bottom of that page is a few shots of the gorgeous northern lights too.

What do you think of these unicorn and fairy queen rumors? Have you noticed lights but then no unicorn? Have you seen a unicorn with no lights anytime near? What about the Fairy Queen? Let us know in a comment below!

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