Inexperienced adventurers generally pay very little regard to the nomads, vagabonds, call them what you will, that they encounter early in their career. Little do they know, lurking beneath their Clan Basement, just past the sewers, are thousands upon thousands of hobos, living in a place they call Hobopolis.
Once there, a local guide can show you the sights. You can meet the inhabitants, go shopping, see a concert, enjoy local landmarks, learn how to yodel, investigate the Kingdom's waste management systems, pay your respects to the dearly departed, get hooked up, stand in line at the city's hottest club, and even meet the mayor.
Make sure you have all the elements of your trip planned out before you go. A long trip will let you bring home plenty of souvenirs, and maybe even a new companion, but a short trip can still be extremely rewarding. Bring some friends along with you - they can get you there faster, and once there, you can all party together!
Read more at Hobopolis.
|2009: There are now Quest Log entries for the Sea Monkee quest line.
2009: There's now a plaque in the museum (and a line in your accomplishments, potentially) about the Crimbomination event.
2006: Clan war rooms now order their list of clans to attack by number of goodies, then alphabetically.
2006: The mushroom plot has been given an interfacelift.
2005: After months of painful deliberation, we're proud to announce the winner of the Yeti-naming contest: Riff! See the yetis in their new environment, as well as a list of the runner-up winners, in the newly unveiled Cannon Museum on the Right Side of the Tracks.
2005: Bunch of little changes:
New papaya picture!
Names in player store log now link to profiles.
You can now forbid people on your ignore list from buying from your store. This can be changed from the manage store page.