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astrostan
06-08-2006, 10:39 PM
I have some questions about VMK.

#1. How do I get herbie stuff?

#2. How do I get bat magic?

#3. How do I get that suitcase that's a couch.

Thanks! :banana: :stitch: :donald: :mickeyjum :thanks: party:

Peacefully
06-08-2006, 10:51 PM
#1. You buy the Herbie Reloaded DVD. Even if it doesn't have a VMK sticker, try shaking it. If there is a light rattling (that sounds like a small card bouncing around) it should have the code to get the Herbie stuff. Or you could trade for it. Though the Herbie outfit top can't be traded between genders. Once one gender puts in the code, the top has to stay with that person's gender. Like mine can only go to other girls.

#2. From what I understand (I've only been around about a month and a half, maybe two months) bat magic was on sale for 10,000 credits around Halloween last year. Now it's only by trade and it's rare. My friend and I think it might go on sale again around Halloween.

#3. I got one of mine from a trade, and one of mine from a Disneyland item code my friend got from a park quest. Since I'm so new, I don't know for sure that that's the only way to get them, but it's the only way I know of. I have an extra if you want to trade, but I'm kind of hard to trade with since I'm picky.

astrostan
06-08-2006, 10:59 PM
Do they still have herbie stuff in the DVDs now?

Peacefully
06-08-2006, 11:05 PM
Just got mine a week or two ago. Like I said, if it doesn't have the vmk sticker, shake it and if it rattles it should be in there. The price even went down from 19.99 to 13.72 at Walmart.

astrostan
06-08-2006, 11:07 PM
Allright, I'm going to get mine tomorrow! But I got to wonder, Why are they so rare?

Peacefully
06-08-2006, 11:21 PM
I don't know that they're very rare. Probably... medium rare. haha bad joke I know.

I figure a lot of VMKers are kids who can't afford to buy DVDs. Especially when it was $20 dollars for a movie that, in my opinion, is probably worth $7. But then I'm not really a Lohan fan.

Also, no one would really want to trade their stuff away after spending all that money on it. So a lot of people probably keep their Herbie stuff for themselves instead of trading it. Then if they do trade it, those people would probably rather keep it than buy the DVD. At least that's how I feel about it. hehe

Melp
06-09-2006, 12:54 AM
#2. From what I understand (I've only been around about a month and a half, maybe two months) bat magic was on sale for 10,000 credits around Halloween last year. Now it's only by trade and it's rare. My friend and I think it might go on sale again around Halloween.

Bat magic was for sale I think actually in February. It was indeed 10,000 credits which is why I was unable to get it since I had only started in January and did not have enough credits. Now is only available for trade, but it would be nice if it did come back later since I am better at games then I was.

#3. I got one of mine from a trade, and one of mine from a Disneyland item code my friend got from a park quest. Since I'm so new, I don't know for sure that that's the only way to get them, but it's the only way I know of. I have an extra if you want to trade, but I'm kind of hard to trade with since I'm picky.

The Explorer's Suitcase is the couch and you are correct that it is a card received on the Adventureland quest at the parks or by trade.

tinkattitude!
06-09-2006, 07:49 AM
:lmao: I lost all my herbie stuff in one trade, I also not knowing how rare it was gave my bat maagic (that my friend who was leaving VMK) to one of my best friends in real life :lmao:

BriarRosie
06-09-2006, 08:43 AM
#2. From what I understand (I've only been around about a month and a half, maybe two months) bat magic was on sale for 10,000 credits around Halloween last year. Now it's only by trade and it's rare. My friend and I think it might go on sale again around Halloween.


Actually, Bat Magic has only been on sale a few months ago, not last
Halloween. I remember because they released Bat Magic the SAME
weekend we had the team competition to build an Everest ride.
Instead of having many players ride the competition rides, you'd see
swarms of rooms with "Bat Magic for Trade!" and other Bat Magic rooms.

Nice timing. LOL

As for the suitcase sofa, you mentioned codes from Disneyland park quest.
You're partly right. It was a theme park quest, but for both Disneyland
and WDW. It's one of the quest prizes for the Adventureland Quest.

jazstar87
06-09-2006, 08:54 AM
Instead of having many players ride the competition rides, you'd see
swarms of rooms with "Bat Magic for Trade!" and other Bat Magic rooms.



I remeber that and the people want ridiculuos thing for them to, like inferno and such.... When i could just play firework for like five hours and get myself, but who had five hours to spend? :rolleyes:

judimouse
06-09-2006, 09:31 AM
Check you PM as I just sent you a gift.

astrostan
06-09-2006, 10:16 AM
Thanks judimouse, you're the coolest!