Monthly Archives: November 2012

Muted While Contemplating Mutation

There is no doubt…Habbo has the most irrational and most irrelevant disciplinary system in the world.

I was breeding with a friend in her room, when somebody came. Concentrating on which plant to breed with my plant and not really focusing on their talk, I saw in the scripts that somebody was banned until December. Thinking that it was my friend, I asked – “You’re banned until December?” She said no and pointed to her other friend, adding that her friend is banned several times. Amused, I said “LOL naughty girl”. Suddenly a small window telling me that the conversation was inappropriate appeared right before my very eyes while my mind is busy calculating about which plant combinations will offer mutation. Since my neurons quickly lost the path it is supposed to traverse, I immediately closed the window without really understanding what’s going on or why I got the message. My intention was clean, my mind was so pure. I just thought it was a mistake by the game.

Then when I am about to speak ┬ámy friend to start breeding with my plant, nothing appeared. The I kept talking, nothing. I thought I am lagging…or perhaps about to be disconnected. But nothing…

Only then I realized I was muted. Then reality sets in…

Trying to recall what happened beforehand, I reckon I am muted because of the words: “naughty girl”, considering its the only new phrase I uttered that time.

Now I’m asking…what’s wrong with “naughty girl”? Why has it become an illegal phrase now? The word “naughty” is harmless, especially for a non-native English speaker like me. Naughty is from the song, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. Perhaps, its the only thing that reminds me of that word, when Santa tries to separate those who have been good and who have been bad, and not giving them presents when they are naughty. As I’ve said, my intentions are clean, my mind is pure, uttering the word naughty is nothing to me; it’s just equal to saying one isn’t nice.Naughty is the yang in the yin. Naughty is the black in the white. Naughty is the bottom in top, the right in left, the male in female.

But Habbo and all its irrelevant moderators and censoring system made me realize there is more to naughty than how I simply perceive it. And I wonder what it is.

The censoring system in Habbo and all the other censoring system all over the world actually create more harm than the good it is expected to come up. It would have been nothing if I was ignored about it. Come to think of it, I was not even really part of the conversation, I just butted in because my brain picked on something. But with the mute of I do not know how many hours or day, I am now malicious of the word “naughty”.

Censoring actually creates more harm.

Down with Habbo and their New World Order stance….Habbo is NWO puppet!

(Shhhh…it’s becoming obvious now that is controlled by the powers that be than by the real owners of the game…)

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Posted by on November 11, 2012 in Habbo


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An Award for Killing

Woohoo! I finally received my Death Badge on All Souls Day!!! Some timing…on the holiday when my religion is commemorating our loved ones who passed away.

For 161 days, I labored to get the Gardener of Death V badge, aka Death Badge. When I started planting, however, getting this badge was never my goal. I did not even realize then that the game is giving out badges for breeding monster plants. When several of my breeding partners are working towards the breeding badge, I joined the bandwagon. I stopped breeding plants once I received my breeding badge. But my serious colleagues kept on going on for the Death Badge. With nothing exciting to do in Habbo, except for the surprises brought by opening the seeds, I got motivated to pursue the badge that will allow me to kill 2000 plants.

But it was never easy. Because three of my friends already received their “killer badges” and decided to stop breeding, I was left alone breeding with mostly newbie breeders, which is quite stressful considering that they cannot understand yet the principles we tried to follow in breeding monster plants. So I kept postponing breeding, waiting for more sensible breeders to partner with, further delaying achievement of the badge. What more, it took me a long time to starve 2000 plants since the number of breeders are dwindling.

At any rate, I kept moving forward,and on the 161st day since I first opened my very first monster seed, I finally received the hardest badge to achieve in Habbo.

I’d say Gardener of Death V badge is one of the hardest because, unlike other badges, one cannot use Wired furnis to boost breeding. In order for one to kill one plant, one needs to acquire a seed, plant it and wait for it to grow in 2 days, unless of course if one is willing to spend for fertilizer potion. Second, you cannot simply kill the plant without breeding it with somebody. So there is a need to find equally good breeders to get another seed and move forward for another plant. After breeding, on needs to wait for the plant to die. If the plant is recently treated when it was decided to be put to death, there’s still a need to wait for about 3 days before the plant dies. Lastly, you need to be almost always present during the process. You need to be present when you open the seed. You need to be present at least once during the time the seeds are growing. You need to be present when you breed. Good thing there’s no need to be present when you painfully leave the plants to starve and die.

Among the badges I have achieved, I’d say the death badge is the most satisfying of them all. That’s why I am so proud of it…that’s why I am celebrating it – with ghosts and ghouls inside my tent at the backyard tonight…


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Posted by on November 2, 2012 in Habbo


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