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New Shopkeeper

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A+ Student
Jan 05, 2009
1708
Anyone heard anything about what to expect next?

The last months we have seen seasonal or holiday specific shopkeepers. For example, we have seen the Irish honored by bringing on Pat O'Gold for St. Patrick's day, and we honored another Saint on St. Valentine's day. The Christian holiday of Easter (unless you saw all the egg/bunny influence and thought Pagan Hoilday) was very visible.

Now comes a special holiday, both for historical and partying interests ... Cinco de Mayo. Is this less important than Valentine's day? Or other seasonal holidays?

Just a thought.

8) Party Party 8)

Defender
Sep 15, 2008
136
MikeStrath wrote:
Anyone heard anything about what to expect next?

The last months we have seen seasonal or holiday specific shopkeepers. For example, we have seen the Irish honored by bringing on Pat O'Gold for St. Patrick's day, and we honored another Saint on St. Valentine's day. The Christian holiday of Easter (unless you saw all the egg/bunny influence and thought Pagan Hoilday) was very visible.

Now comes a special holiday, both for historical and partying interests ... Cinco de Mayo. Is this less important than Valentine's day? Or other seasonal holidays?

Just a thought.

8) Party Party 8)


For Cinco De Mayo I wanna see a big mexican guy with a funky sumbearo

Defender
Nov 05, 2008
144
driftblim275 wrote:
MikeStrath wrote:
Anyone heard anything about what to expect next?

The last months we have seen seasonal or holiday specific shopkeepers. For example, we have seen the Irish honored by bringing on Pat O'Gold for St. Patrick's day, and we honored another Saint on St. Valentine's day. The Christian holiday of Easter (unless you saw all the egg/bunny influence and thought Pagan Hoilday) was very visible.

Now comes a special holiday, both for historical and partying interests ... Cinco de Mayo. Is this less important than Valentine's day? Or other seasonal holidays?

Just a thought.

8) Party Party 8)


For Cinco De Mayo I wanna see a big mexican guy with a funky sumbearo

it would be nice if this was done, but Cinco de Mayo, the fifth of May?, is not as wideley known as st pat or valintines day

Explorer
Nov 02, 2008
97
nimbysep wrote:
driftblim275 wrote:
MikeStrath wrote:
Anyone heard anything about what to expect next?

The last months we have seen seasonal or holiday specific shopkeepers. For example, we have seen the Irish honored by bringing on Pat O'Gold for St. Patrick's day, and we honored another Saint on St. Valentine's day. The Christian holiday of Easter (unless you saw all the egg/bunny influence and thought Pagan Hoilday) was very visible.

Now comes a special holiday, both for historical and partying interests ... Cinco de Mayo. Is this less important than Valentine's day? Or other seasonal holidays?

Just a thought.

8) Party Party 8)


For Cinco De Mayo I wanna see a big mexican guy with a funky sumbearo

it would be nice if this was done, but Cinco de Mayo, the fifth of May?, is not as wideley known as st pat or valintines day


Cinco de Mayo is my friend's birthday! Lol :D