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    ridiculous placement of egg!"!

    after searching for over 30mins i found last collie....http://prntscr.com/afv4tk..
    this is ridiculous placement no even 1 pixel of collie is visible...
    with all the incredible knowledge and programmimg skillz you;d of thought the devs would of make collie routine that was in some way fair!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATHTHEMANIAC View Post
    after searching for over 30mins i found last collie....http://prntscr.com/afv4tk..
    this is ridiculous placement no even 1 pixel of collie is visible...
    with all the incredible knowledge and programmimg skillz you;d of thought the devs would of make collie routine that was in some way fair!!
    ooooooh - that's a bad one! Worst I've seen for eggs. I would put a decoration there to prevent it in the future.
    Sorry, but I've slept since then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATHTHEMANIAC View Post
    after searching for over 30mins i found last collie....http://prntscr.com/afv4tk..
    this is ridiculous placement no even 1 pixel of collie is visible...
    with all the incredible knowledge and programmimg skillz you;d of thought the devs would of make collie routine that was in some way fair!!
    They didn't put fairy fire in the merchant without reason, this isn't unique to eggs it's been like that for ages.

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    Well, I had one inside a mountain yesterday, so consider yourself lucky.

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    we have found eggs inside of mountains ( zero amount showing) , in silo's , in improved storehouse's, behind al these item's too, some times they never show any part, it takes forever to find them.
    It is very annoying and time consuming to find them.

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    The invisble egg

    Great, now how was I meant to find that one???

    http://prntscr.com/ak9zz0

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    i had worse all 35 eggs were invisible to me but not my visitors...lol

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    And another:

    http://prntscr.com/akhx33

    Maybe BB do this to sell fairy lights? Now got dents in kb from head bashing it.
    Last edited by lordloocan1; 27.03.16 at 10:35.

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    I'd say of course they do it to sell fairy lights, they're a business after all, and they set up this free-to-play-game so you'll want to spend real money on it.
    However, for the collectibles you need to use more than your eyes to search, you need to use the mouse cursor pretty much everywhere. They sure can be tricky sometimes, but it is not impossible to find all collectibles almost every single time.

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    I have found all the collectables so far using fairy fire and none have been in rocks.
    Where are those 2 spots?
    Was fighting windmills from Aug 2012 to Oct 2019.

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