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Hoping for an easy one for all.....This is also your last chance to change the Avatar if you don't like the Boat Girl...you must change before you complete this last CC...
ok im done thank feck lol i have a question how do u get the chicken corneichy thing or whatever u call it im nearly there but i dont know how on the achievements?
YIPEE!!! 38 minutes and I have finished the CC!!!! Had to catch 18 ghosts total but got 'er done!! Good luck to all
Are you talking about the cornucopia (Thanksgiving Day achievement) you get the cornucopia by gifting friends. Hope this helps if this is what you are asking about.
aye it was Kate sorry to the USA i am Scottish so give me a wee break i didnt mean to offend im just used to sheep and cows and stuff and chickens and turkeys in Scotland we always have chicken or a roast of then at xmas we usually have turkey ..if u dont mind me asking why is it it called a cornucopia? maybe its like us here i love porage with salt i may add and i can here all the English going oh no no way well sorry i do! then theres the haggis thing do i like this well aye and no the plain one is yuk but if u spice it up then aye im deffo there with neeps and tatties
To answer your question, Karen-- it's called cornucopia, also know as horn of plenty.
Done! Got my Nutcracker. I can hear the music in my head.
Karen, no need to apologize. I was not offended at all! Just wanted to make sure that was what you were asking about. I actually did not know why it was called cornucopia so I'm glad TLB2 answered that question for you. I did know it was also called the horn of plenty. I play another game where in one HOSs it is called cornucopia and in another HOSs (same game) it is called horn of plenty. I enjoy reading your posts!! Have fun stormin' the castle!!