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Survivor
Sep 15, 2012
46
I know we have fishing and its quite popular, but what about something else for people to collect? I suggested Bug/ Butterfly collecting with a magic butterfly net but that didn't seem to be real popular, what about bird catching or picture captures some how? I've managed to catch as many fish as I can at this point and well I'm looking for some other new fun wizard101 hobby. Any other ideas?

Armiger
Aug 03, 2014
2102
ZombBone on May 17, 2018 wrote:
I know we have fishing and its quite popular, but what about something else for people to collect? I suggested Bug/ Butterfly collecting with a magic butterfly net but that didn't seem to be real popular, what about bird catching or picture captures some how? I've managed to catch as many fish as I can at this point and well I'm looking for some other new fun wizard101 hobby. Any other ideas?
I must have missed where/when you posted about the butterfly net idea for catching bugs/butterflies....I love this idea and think I'd really enjoy that!

I've also enjoyed catching all the fish on all my wizards and would enjoy a new side activity to challenge myself with. My wizards want butterfly nets!

Perhaps they could be called 'Flutterby Nets' to include things other than butterflies?

I've heard a couple of different stories as to the origin of the name 'butterfly' - one being about the colour of their wings being like butter; one that they were thought to steal butter; one that it was a mistake in a dictionary where 'flutterby' got mistakenly written as 'butterfly'....I don't know if there is truth to any of them but I kinda like the last one best

Geographer
Aug 23, 2016
968
This would be a good idea only if Butterfly catching and fishing were updated to use a different kind of energy than pet training and gardening.

Steven Ghoststalker
94