So it’s late-ish in the evening and I was pottering around the mass screenshots and dialogue I save when I realized it’s been a little since the last time I threw out some speculation on the site.
EA sometimes throws out little items in their dialogue boxes that get all us nerds frothing at the mouth for potential new items. Could they be showing us glimpses of the future? I figured it’s no fun to have all these thoughts and questions up here in the attic so why not share. If you’re curious, go right on ahead and click for more.
The snow in Springfield is falling and friends are calling…oh wait. Anyway, the snow is Springfield is falling and the store is full of premium items from Christmas past! It’s like 2 of Ebeneezer’s 3 ghosts are visiting us, as we’ve got premium items of Christmas past & Christmas present in our stores.
As with Christmases past (and other events) EA has decided to make old items new again, and give players who might have missed out on something a second chance to get it. Of course that second chance doesn’t come with out a price, as many of the returning items are premium.
Last Friday EA brought back Several items from Christmas past…although most are from recent past (like Phase 1)….Yes Guy, Holiday Tree, Present Depot, Christmas Totem & Elf Home…AND for the final installment they’ve released 3 new items (small Islands)!
I know many of you have been asking if these items are worth your Sprinkles. Well before you hit that confirm button…let’s break down the pros and cons and take a look and see if these items are worth YOUR donuts!
Your attention, please: the Wookieeland Limited, now arriving from a trip around California’s Tragic Kingdom. Passengers will stand by to booooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaard.
I wonder how many of you will get that little joke. Several little references in there lol. Anywho… How y’all doing? I’m back for yet another origin post from the 2014 TSTO Christmas Event. With new stuff comes my promise to let you know just where the items come from in The Simpsons universe. For this edition, we’ll take a look at the Spruce Caboose.