Last call on the Gemma!
I hate to sell them since they were gifted to me – but they are so far above my level that keeping the lot of them isn’t practical.
The high level sets ARE somewhat discouraging to a beginning player.
When I started with PF the first thing I saw was the Happy 2013 set. As those frogs or how to get those frogs was not immediately apparent, I figured sets could wait.
I found toucharcade and this thread in my hunt for more information about the game. I was looking for discussion from active players in addition to the wiki that Bluewater27 put up. Like many things iDevice, nuances on a lot of applications, functionality and the like are best learned from other users. Once I’d read a little bit, it was apparent you all had been playing for awhile and were doing a lot more than hopping around collecting things.
I also figured I had nothing to offer in return, so asking for frogs was kind of silly. With the exception of the glacio and tribus, everyone who has sent me frogs (thank you!) has sent them out of generosity or in response to a question I had. I think I asked why I didn’t see promotional frogs in the pond, and Ella dropped a geminus on me. Having foramen appear in my mailbox was a nice surprise this morning, dlstar – thank you. Being included in the receipt of sets is also appreciated.
I’d probably not kept playing PF without reading here because I’d not have discovered the additional aspects of the game that appealed to me. I’d also not have discovered the joy of indexing if I hadn’t read about it here. I don’t generally spend money on “free” games, so I’d not have bought the ability to speed things up from my inbox and to increase my nursery abilities if it wasn’t suggested as a way to make the game more enjoyable. The fact that people are friendly here is a bonus!