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bee88161
2976 posts Member
The Kamp Krusty and Rod and Todd quest lines will take priority for me. I will do what I can in Krusty Land until I'm done with those. You might as well as start it. It has around 40 task to complete and the currency in Krusty Land is tickets. Start saving up on tickets because you money is useless in Krusty Land.

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  • modtl
    77 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    Due to the merging glitch I have redownloaded 4.3.0 and I am not touching Krustyland until the glitch is sorted. So yes I am postponing Krustyland. Means I can't buy doughnuts or visit friends but such is life at the moment. I can still play the game and progress through the Rod & Todd storyline and my town doesn't loom wrecked!
  • Rosshk
    729 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    Is Krustyland a timed event (whacking Day, Halloween, Christmas)?
  • bee88161
    2976 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    Yeah that's true good point, thank you. Just worried that if a large portion of my characters are doing quests in krustyland then I won't be generating enough money in my Springfield to keep up and thus falling further behind. I'll start it and see how I go. Thanks again

    Sorry this was in reply to direwolf.
  • bee88161
    2976 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    Rosshk wrote:
    Is Krustyland a timed event (whacking Day, Halloween, Christmas)?

    From what I have read I think it's permenant
  • danbyization
    538 posts
    edited August 2013
    Rosshk wrote:
    Is Krustyland a timed event (whacking Day, Halloween, Christmas)?

    No it is permanent like Squidport so you could not start Krustyland for another year and still be able to play it just the same as everybody else who is playing it now.
  • JoshJHunter
    437 posts
    edited August 2013
    Rosshk wrote:
    Is Krustyland a timed event (whacking Day, Halloween, Christmas)?



    I wish it was :-(
  • Rosshk
    729 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    Thank you, bee88161, danbyization, and JoshJHunter.

    Usually when you can gain holiday currency from your neighbors, its a limited-holiday update. Regardless, no complaints here.
  • CounterSniper67
    439 posts
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)
  • bee88161
    2976 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    Haha yeah let's hope that doesn't happen anytime soon! By complete I meant having all your buildings designed the way you want and just waiting for the next update like in the complete panoramas you see on this forum. I always feel so far behind lol even though i'm maxed out at level 32
  • danbyization
    538 posts
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    Haha yeah let's hope that doesn't happen anytime soon! By complete I meant having all your buildings designed the way you want and just waiting for the next update like in the complete panoramas you see on this forum. I always feel so far behind lol even though i'm maxed out at level 32

    Don't worry your not alone i haven't even built wolfcastle's mansion yet and with EA bringing out a new level every two to three weeks at the moment it's gonna be a long time till i am stuck waiting for new content.
  • amuck10
    506 posts
    edited August 2013
    I'm hoping to finish the rod n Todd and wolf castle quests myself. It would be nice if they waited a little bit before the next update so I can actually design a town rather than just pile stuff up.
  • nedimaz
    207 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    The Kamp Krusty and Rod and Todd quest lines will take priority for me. I will do what I can in Krusty Land until I'm done with those. You might as well as start it. It has around 40 task to complete and the currency in Krusty Land is tickets. Start saving up on tickets because you money is useless in Krusty Land.

    I am actually having reverse priorities: Krustyland has first priority over regular quests and I am sending characters there on tasks which are rewarded with tickets as much as possible. Why? Because Krustyland prices will not change, and prices for buildings in regular quest line are dropping as soon as new level is out, so it makes sense to build slower main buildings and put all efforts into KL.

    Of course, that doesn't mean that I stopped all regular quests, it's just that characters have priority for KL quests and in spare time I send them earning tickets rather then money. I am still earning money, just slower. Yes, it may slow me down somewhat but if in meantime new level is published and prices for buildings in level 31 and 32 go down I will be happy.

    Note that I started playing near the end of whacking day so I still didn't finish all Agnes Skinner and Herman quests, and did not even started Wolfcastle mansion, so I am several buildings behind regular players. Similar tactics I used during Squidport - I was still around 19th level when it was released, I started it and begin to making tiles but then put SP quests on hold until I didn't catch up with all normal quests with buildings without modifiers, where prices were "final" (at the time it were levels ending with 24, as levels 25-30 had modifiers). Then I put all effort in SP buildings and quests, and upon finishing, I resumed main quests. With KL there is somewhat different situation because there are two currencies, but still same criteria for managing priorities.
  • missmoleman
    174 posts
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    Haha yeah let's hope that doesn't happen anytime soon! By complete I meant having all your buildings designed the way you want and just waiting for the next update like in the complete panoramas you see on this forum. I always feel so far behind lol even though i'm maxed out at level 32

    Don't worry your not alone i haven't even built wolfcastle's mansion yet and with EA bringing out a new level every two to three weeks at the moment it's gonna be a long time till i am stuck waiting for new content.

    Same thing here. Still saving for Wolfcastle's. But I'll build Krustyland anyway... it doesn't cost money, just tickets ;)
  • Bravewall
    4253 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    nedimaz wrote:
    The Kamp Krusty and Rod and Todd quest lines will take priority for me. I will do what I can in Krusty Land until I'm done with those. You might as well as start it. It has around 40 task to complete and the currency in Krusty Land is tickets. Start saving up on tickets because you money is useless in Krusty Land.

    I am actually having reverse priorities: Krustyland has first priority over regular quests and I am sending characters there on tasks which are rewarded with tickets as much as possible. Why? Because Krustyland prices will not change, and prices for buildings in regular quest line are dropping as soon as new level is out, so it makes sense to build slower main buildings and put all efforts into KL.
    Same with me. Rodd and Todd buildings are way too expensive at the moment.
  • CounterSniper67
    439 posts
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    Haha yeah let's hope that doesn't happen anytime soon! By complete I meant having all your buildings designed the way you want and just waiting for the next update like in the complete panoramas you see on this forum. I always feel so far behind lol even though i'm maxed out at level 32


    I hear ya. Ive been playing since day 1 and I still havent been able to catch up with having things worthy of a panorama.

    I really feel for new players they must be totally overwhelmed. I remember struggling to have enough cash to put a wooden fence around a house. I cant imagine how the new guys save enough to buy every building and then decorate which is REALLY expensive if you do a nice detailed job.

    Just do what you want when you want and it'll work out. 8)
  • bee88161
    2976 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    Haha yeah let's hope that doesn't happen anytime soon! By complete I meant having all your buildings designed the way you want and just waiting for the next update like in the complete panoramas you see on this forum. I always feel so far behind lol even though i'm maxed out at level 32


    I hear ya. Ive been playing since day 1 and I still havent been able to catch up with having things worthy of a panorama.

    I really feel for new players they must be totally overwhelmed. I remember struggling to have enough cash to put a wooden fence around a house. I cant imagine how the new guys save enough to buy every building and then decorate which is REALLY expensive if you do a nice detailed job.

    Just do what you want when you want and it'll work out. 8)

    Haha yeah unfortunately I'm one of those people who like to do big designs so it takes a lot of time and cash. Thanks for your opinion (and everybody else's) I appreciate it. I will have a think about krustyland and decide tomorrow lol.
  • menace1211
    1677 posts
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    I thought the exact same thing when I read this. My SP isn't even finished yet. The good news is now I have plenty of to do!
  • snarkmork
    399 posts
    edited August 2013
    I'm in the same/similar boat. I'm currently lv 22 and need cash for more land, King Toot's and Skip's Diner, not to mention the Malaria Zone in Squidport. I don't think I'm going to start Krustyland until I have enough money to spare and nothing else to spend it on in Springfield and Squidport.

    To be honest, I'm also a bit leery of Krustyland. I like Squidport because it's a natural extension of my Springfield and feels like it belongs. Krustyland on the other hand is not directly connected to Springfield, uses a different currency etc. To me it feels more like a different game. I dislike having to keep track of two completely separate things like this in one game. I'm currently adopting a wait and see position. I will check out my friends' Krustylands, collect some tickets here and there and wait until I have settled my Springfield a bit more.
  • CounterSniper67
    439 posts
    edited August 2013
    menace1211 wrote:
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    I thought the exact same thing when I read this. My SP isn't even finished yet. The good news is now I have plenty of to do!

    Yup, Im thinkin of just abandoning the rest of the rod/todd questline cuz its interfering with KL. My SP still had 6 or 8 months to go. Ive got many SP buildings in storage. lol 8)
  • GamerGD3
    3029 posts
    edited August 2013
    bee88161 wrote:
    bee88161 wrote:
    Hi just seeing if anybody is in the same boat as me- at a high enough level to start krustyland but thinking of leaving it until your regular Springfield is complete?

    Your regular Springfield will NEVER be complete. Nobodys will, at least not till EA bails on us. Hopefully years from now 8)

    Haha yeah let's hope that doesn't happen anytime soon! By complete I meant having all your buildings designed the way you want and just waiting for the next update like in the complete panoramas you see on this forum. I always feel so far behind lol even though i'm maxed out at level 32


    I hear ya. Ive been playing since day 1 and I still havent been able to catch up with having things worthy of a panorama.

    I really feel for new players they must be totally overwhelmed. I remember struggling to have enough cash to put a wooden fence around a house. I cant imagine how the new guys save enough to buy every building and then decorate which is REALLY expensive if you do a nice detailed job.

    Just do what you want when you want and it'll work out. 8)

    It's easier than you think, I can offer both perspectives. My IOS game started in May/Junish after launch. I started town #2 on Android on the day it launched (wanted to see when origin would launch). While I haven't kept up to snuff and completed town #2 (just got Nelson), but saving cash has been easier. Why? Well I had Tom O'Leary join quickly along with some of those other limited buildings to generate more dough.

    I have slowly logged on and upgrading levels and stuff, and came in handy as a free egg buddy. Squidport has been challenging building it as it goes along, but I figured it can sit back while I catch up on levels.
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