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01-06-2007, 07:17 PM
Guide PDF's

Public Rooms Guide (http://rapidshare.com/files/45697253/VMK_Room_Guide.pdf) - Added 7/29/07 - PDF - 704 KB
Hidden Rooms Guide - Coming Soon
Guest Rooms Guide - Coming Soon
Mini Games Guide - Coming Soon
Ride Rooms Guide - Coming Soon

01-06-2007, 07:18 PM

Rules before entering the game
VMK Values (http://vmk.disney.go.com/vmk/en_US/help/index?name=SafetyVMKValuesPage)
VMK House Values (http://vmk.disney.go.com/vmk/en_US/help/index?name=HouseRulesPage)
Information to Parents (http://vmk.disney.go.com/vmk/en_US/WhatIsVMK/index?name=ForParentsPage)
Keeping your stuff safe (http://vmk.disney.go.com/vmk/en_US/help/index?name=SafetyKeepingYourStuffSafePage)
Contact Us (http://www2.virtualmagickingdom.com/iot/go?lang=en&country=US)

Creating your account--- (1) Enter your birthdate when you click Log in on the homepage
--- (2) Enter Account Information, you first name, and choose if you want to recieve e-mail's.
--- (3) Read over Term's of Use
--- (4) Follow directions to personalize character and to get in the game!

Toolbar (http://image59.webshots.com/759/1/76/17/2687176170075973817OYqUmX_ph.jpg)--- i button - Displays room information and description. Has options when in your own room.
--- Globe - Displays VMK map.
--- Chair - Displays credits, furnishings, pins, clothing, posters, and codes.
--- Envelope - Displays messages and friend's list.
--- Shop - Catalog of items that you can buy. Get catalog by clicking cash registers in shops.
--- Q - Displays quest's that you can do.
--- Heart - Displays dance and wave options. Has emotions that appear over character.
--- Text box - Type in VMK allowed words that will appear in game.
--- Wand - Displays magic pins that you are wearing that will make character do magic.
--- Camera - Take pictures. Go to VMK central and click poster to get catalog in shop button.
--- Shirt - Change your character's clothing.
--- Settings - Change your game settings
--- Help - In game information and Call for help in emergency's to call on a staff member.
--- X - Exit out of the game.

Hidden Rooms

Waterpark PoolThis pool is the perfect place to work on your "splash' landing, dude. Clear out quick or you'll end up as shark food.

Pirate's Treasure RoomShiver me timbers, at last a room fit for pillaging! Load up yer brig with all kinds o' booty and set sail for the Jolly Roger!

The Haunted Mansion Stretching RoomLooking to leave this haunted home in a hurry? Check every nook and cranny for the secret entrance to the Monorail. And remember, don't pick up and hitchhiking ghosts on your way out!

The Haunted Mansion BallroomGet in the spirit of this spooky ballroom as you hide behind drapes to give your pals a virtual scare but beware, they may already be waiting for you! Be sure to pay attention to the ghosts, they just might have the scoop on Mansion game tips.

The Haunted Mansion AtticMake yourself at home in this spooky space, you're going to be here for a while, unless you can find the hidden exit! Be sure to click on the Ghost to get an extra reward.

Inner-Space Ray RoomEver wanted to see a snowflake up close or be under the microscope? Welcome to the wonderful world of Inner Space! Have a seat an chill or hop a rocket to the Inner-Space Shop. Remember miracles from molecules are dawning every day!

Inner-Space ShopThis is just in from the Happiest Place in Cyber Space! All this furniture has been Teleported here just for you. Hipper than the Hubble Telescope, this ultra intergalactic furniture will make your room out of this world! Shop here for meteoric mementos of your trip to this Tomorrowland® store.

Big Thunder Mountain MineBeware of fool's gold! Keep your eyes on the prize, which in this case is the way out! Explore this tricky maze of mine shafts and secret pitfalls bejeweled with false exits that'll set you back to the start.

Injun Joe's CaveFinally, a light at the end of the tunnel! But is it a way out, or an oncoming train? Resist the allure of the hypnotic gems, and you just might make it out alive!

Monorail RoomsCongratulations! You found it. This is one of the hidden Monorail Stations around VMK. If you've got a "one track" mind this is exactly the attraction for you! Not only is this a fun ride but it gets you around the world in style. Board the rail and venture to your favorite areas at high speed.

01-06-2007, 07:19 PM
Guest Rooms

For purchase

Blizzard Beach Private Room

It may look like paradise has frozen over, but you can still take a plunge in the hottest place to cool down.

- 2,000 Credits
- 195 Square Area

Boot Hill Shooting Gallery

Fix up this room, then invite a guest to the wildest place they can be laid to rest!

- 500 Credits
- 179 Square Area

Briar Patch

Pull up a chair and sit by the fire. This warm, cozy room is one to admire.

- 500 Credits
- 221 Square Area

Empty Dark Ride Room

This empty dark room will become light when you build your ride.

- 1,500 Credits
- 361 Square Area

Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Invite your friends to come and see your wild and whacky Tea party!

- 500 Credits
- 199 Square Area

Maleficent's Evil Fortress

A room with a view and foreboding features, gargoyles and dragons are some of its creatures!

- 500 Credits
- 154 Square Area

Mark Twain Steamboat

It's a stage, it's a theatre, it's a room with a view, put on a good show for those visiting you.

- 500 Credits
- 251 Square Area

Nautilus Submarine Room

Make your home on the ocean floor, and fill it up with underwater decor!

- 500 Credits
- 147 Square Area

Space Mountain Guest Room

On this mountain top you have really climbed high. Now you watch planets and stars go by.

- 2,000 Credits
- 214 Square Area

Splash Mountain Bayou

Stow your tackle and kick up your feet, this Laughin' Place room is a virtual treat.

- 500 Credits
- 182 Square Area

Tomorrowland Outerspace

An intergalactic dictionary can't describe its worth, 'cause this is the happiest place off-earth!

- 1,000 Credits
- 154 Square Area

Typhoon Lagoon Guest Room

This shipwrecked shrimp boat is an excellent backdrop to build your own white-water masterpiece. Take the plunge!

- 2,000 Credits
- 240 Square Area

In-Park Quest Rooms

Animal Kingdom Safari Lodge

- Thrill Seekers Quest at Walt Disney World
- 205 Square Area

Caribbean Town Square

- POTC Treasure Hunt at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort
- 227 Square Area

High School Musical Room

- High School Musical Quest at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort
- 270 Square Area

Jungle Cruise Explorer's Tent

- Reward for completing all quests, High Score Certificate reward
- 152 Square Area

Retired Rooms

Epcot Entrance

- Retired April 2nd, 2007
- 215 Square Area

Football Quest Room

- Retired February 5th, 2007
- 297 Square Area

Haunted Mansion Conservatory

- Retired September 2005 (Unknown Day)
- 144 Square Area

Pirate Cannon

- Retired January 2006 (Unknown Day)
- 171 Square Area

Tiki Tiki Tiki Guest Room

- Retired June 16th, 2006
- 143 Square Area

Tron Quest Room

- Retired October 6th, 2006
- 309 Square Area

VMK Baseball Diamond

- Retired November 22nd, 2006
- 288 Square Area

01-06-2007, 07:19 PM
Mini Games

Pirates of the Caribbean

How to play


Click on the part on the map that you want to move to, and your ship will go there. The place your ship is heading to is marked by the image of a steering wheel.
Double click, and three cannonballs will go sailing in different directions!
If your ship has been destroyed, double click it to make it explode and send flames everywhere.
Collect stacks of cannons and health crates to restock your cannons and health.


Level 1 - Level One is very basic and learning the ropes of the Pirates of the Caribbean game play. The Level One areas show different parts of the caves section of the real Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.
Level 2 - Level Two starts to get tricky to maneuver around and about with your ship. The Level Two areas show different parts of the Port City in the real Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.
Level 3 - Level Three is the most difficult to steer your ship around. The Level Three areas show different parts of the Burning City in the real Pirates of the Caribbean attraction found at Disney parks.

Ship Battle


Ship Battle is all about who has the most booty at the end of each stage. The number on top of the ship indicates how much gold you have on the ship. Every time you shoot the opposing team with a cannon, you get 5 pieces of gold. If you sink the other teams ship, you will get half of whatever they had on board. The rounds are best 2 out of 3. If your team wins the first and second stage, then you don't play the last stage. Only in ship battle, are you allowed to have AI-ships which are computer controlled. Although, playing with them may help you practice, you will receive a much smaller reward for winning.


The best ship is the Wicked Winch because of it's large amount of ammo which is good for sinking ships fast.
Sometimes, the ammo can go through rocks and other places of land. Always try to surprise your enemy's this way.
Always try to lead your ships (Like in football). Always try to shoot your ammo where you think the opponent is going to be, instead of where they are. This is especially true for long distance shots.
Always use the arrow keys to shoot, instead of the clicking method. This hardly works and it's easier to use the arrow keys with the mouse.
Keep moving your ship to make sure you don't get hit by the Kraken.
Gold ammo will kill you or your opponent with one shot. If it's out there, this ammo is very valuable.

Capture the Flag


For this game, the entire point is to get your flag from your opponent's side of the map and bring it back to your port without getting killed. The rounds are best 2 out of 3. If your team wins the first and second stage, then you don't play the last stage.


The best boat for Capture the Flag is the Black Pearl, because of it's fast speed to get the flag and it's ability to dodge shots.


Special Rewards

Win Scale (Note that these are bonuses):

5 wins = 50 credits
10 wins = 100 credits
50 wins = 500 credits

VMK is now awarding single use 'magic key' pins for winning three games on a given level. Winning three games on level one gets you a bronze key, three wins on level two gets a silver key, and three wins on level three gets a gold key. They open chests in the Pirates Treasure Room, which contain either nothing or a random prize. Take your total amount of loot. Add 100 to that if you win and that is the amount of credits you get. You now get magic keys for any three wins on any level for that level (Bronze - Level 1, Silver - Level 2, Gold - Level 3). You then go to Pirates Treasure Room and use the keys on the treasure chests in there and see if you won a prize.


Jungle Cruise

How to Play

To move your boat forward or faster, press the up arrow. To move left or right, use that button. To move backwards or slower, press the down arrow. To take pictures, use your mouse and click with the left mouse button.


Photograph as many Critters as you can before you run out of gas or complete the maximum of 3 cruises. Move your camera target over a Critter until it's centered in the shot and your target turns red. Then click your mouse button to take a photo - the better your aim, the more points you get!

Film, Gas, and Hazards

You can see a counter of how much Film and Gas you have left in the top right of the screen. You need Film to take photos and Gas to power your boat. If you run out of Gas, the game is over. You can collect Film and Gas top-ups by running over the Film Canisters and Gas Tanks in the river. Be a careful skipper and watch what you run over with your boat...Keep away from the river shore and rocks, and make sure you snap any Critters that get in your way. If your boat hits something it shouldn't, it'll be damaged and you'll lose valuable Gas.


First time you play, you get a Toucan Jungle Cruise Photo Safari Poster and 150 credits. After that, you get 20 credits for everytime you finish. You get 750 credits for each time that you get on the high score list.


Never press the up button. The second you do, you gas will go down alot faster than if you just don't ever press the up button.
Use the down button to stay in the room and take pictures until all of the animals go away.
If you don't think you can get on the high score list and don't want to waste 10 to 15 minutes playing, most people go "Nedding" which means to crash on purpose in the first room to get those 20 credits in less than 30 seconds.
If you want to get on the high score list, try getting on as soon as VMK opens before the inital rush comes in makes it almost to get on the list.


Castle Fireworks Remixed

Starting a Game

Check out the fireworks as they're launched from the ground and arm your cursor by selecting a matching icon from the bottom of the screen. Your cursor will be transformed into the icon you select. Explode the firework by clicking it with your matching cursor. The fireworks blinks faster and faster as it gets closed to the highest point of it's path through the sky. Explode it at the very top for the most spectacular display and the highest points.


Mouse - Control fireworks target
Left Mouse Button - Explode the targeted firework
Left Arrow Key - Move the fireworks icon selector to the left
Right Arrow Key - Move the fireworks icon selector to the right
Space - Explode all fireworks on the screen. (Only available every 10 seconds)


For each fireworks you explode, you will get points based on how close to its highest point it is. The game will display a message next to the explosion, and award you corresponding points.

Oops = 0
Ok = 2
Good = 4
Awesome = 6
Flawless = 8

Every time you get a flawless shot, the multiplier increases by 0.5 up to a maximum of 3.0. Getting a non-flawless shot returns the multiplier to 1.0.


There are five levels, each with a different view of the Kingdom and new Disney music. Each level takes about 2 minutes to play. There are 3 rounds per level (15 total) and are increasingly more challenging because on each level there are more firework icons to select. Only the best players from each level progress to the next, and only five will get to the final, spectacular view of the whole Park. Between each level you'll see the highest scores, and your position.


All players get 1/10th their score in credits. (So if you scored 501, you will get 50 credits for playing.)

Additionally, there are pins awarded for top players:

Fireworks Remixed Bronze Pin Prize - 3900 points
Fireworks Remixed Silver Pin Prize - 4400 points
Fireworks Remixed Gold Pin Prize - Every 10th win

01-06-2007, 07:20 PM
Con't of Mini-Games

Haunted Mansion Ghost Chasers

How to play

Starting a Game

Click the sign that says "Start New Game" that is on the bottom left side of the screen or “Join” on a tombstone. The color of the tombstone will decide which color ghosts you'll catch. If you started the game, and someone that you don't like joins, or you don't want too many people on one team, click the skull by their name to boot them from the list. You need a minimum of one person on each side, with a limit of for per side. If you are ready to start the game, then click “Start New Game” on the Create New Game menu.


Use your arrow keys on your keyboard, or you mouse to move your character. When using the mouse, just click in the direction you want to go. Press the control (ctrl) key on your keyboard, or the shift key, to use your vacuum to catch ghosts of your color, and members of the opposite team that have been transformed into ghosts. Touching a different color ghost turns you into a ghost. You will return to normal when the bar above you fills up completely.
While you are a ghost, players on the other team can catch you for extra points. You can also, when facing a coffin, in the angle you are facing the coffin, hold the mouse key down corresponding to the direction you are facing the coffin, or hold the mouse in the direction corresponding to the way you are facing the coffin, to activate the coffin and have another ghost come out onto the game field.

Game Play

There are two teams you can pick from, green or purple. Say you pick green team, you will then have the ability to capture green ghosts. If you pick purple team, you will have the ability to capture purple ghosts. So there are two different color ghosts. When the green team encounters a purple ghost, they turn into a purple ghost and cannot catch green ghosts for 10 seconds. (If they are on purple team and encounter a green ghost, they turn green for 10 seconds) However, they can get the ghost taken out of them by a member of the opposite team but the opposite team gets 2 ghosts added to their total score.

Find The Door

At the end of the first round, and sometimes second, there will be a message that pops up. It reads "Find the Right Door". This means you must go into 1 of the 5 vortexes around, and find which one leads to the next level. There's limited time to find the door so hurry up. Watch out for the blue ghosts! The team who gets the most team members in the fastest will get a 5-8 second head start in the next round.


For every ghost you catch, you get 5 credits. Plus, if you win, you get a bonus 40 credits!


Every 5 games you win, you receive 180 credits.
Every 10 games you win, you receive 375 credits
Every 50 games you win, you receive 2,000 credits.

Areas Inside The Mansion

The Stretching Room

The Stretching Room may be the easiest are in The Haunted Mansion Game to catch ghosts in. It is very simple to maneuver. There is a bottom story and an upper story, with stairs on the left and right sides to supply easy transport from top to bottom or bottom to top. On the top story, there seems to be two hallways creeping off about 1/4th away from either your left side or right side of the screen. Entering the right side will "teleport" you to the left side, and entering the left side will "teleport" you to the right side. This can be very useful for avoiding ghosts

The Attic

The Attic in The Haunted Mansion Game is a combination or two rooms in The Haunted Mansion. These rooms are expressed in this area by The Attic being the second story, and The Library being the bottom story. Down in the bottom story, The Library, there are no "teleport" places. To get to the second story, or The Attic, you will need to take the elevator "teleport" zone near the left side of the screen. Simply walk into it, and you are on the second story. On the second story, there are two eerie paths on either end near the side of the screen, illuminated by a deathly green glow. Enter the right side, and it will "teleport" you to the left side. Enter the left side, and it will "teleport" you to the right side. This is extremely helpful in the second story, enabling you to catch ghosts rather quickly.

The Ballroom

The Ball Room is a very simple place to maneuver around, such as The Stretching Room, is. There are no "teleport" areas within this area, however. There is a second story and a bottom story. The bottom story usually has the larger amount of ghosts on it, compared to the upper story. The upper story has a rarely used left portion of it, in which there is no coffin to get ghosts from.

The Graveyard

The Graveyard is a only area in The Haunted Mansion Game in which you cannot visit outside of the game. If you didn't know, you can visit the Stretching Room, The Attic, and The Ballroom while seeing the Hitchhiking Ghosts. The Graveyard is a very difficult place to traverse. There is an upper section, which has no "teleport" areas. However, on the lower section there is a place near the top of the screen and a place near the bottom of the screen in which it seems like you will exit the area if you walk into it. You will not, but you do go to the opposite place of which you were, such as top to bottom and bottom to top.

Important Threads on Intercot

01-06-2007, 07:22 PM

Alice in Wonderland Ride

Down the Rabbit Hole (http://image58.webshots.com/458/8/60/22/2932860220075973817DXsUwQ_ph.jpg?track_pagetag=/page/photo/family/family&track_action=/Owner/ViewActions/FullSize)Chase the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole. Did he go this way? Did he go that way? He's late, he's late for a very important date!

The Golden Afternoon (http://image62.webshots.com/462/3/78/68/2415378680075973817xtkaLk_ph.jpg?track_pagetag=/page/photo/family/family&track_action=/Owner/ViewActions/FullSize)You can learn a lot from things from the flowers in the Golden Afternoon, but beware of the Caterpillar when he asks, "Who R U?"

The Tulgey Woods (http://image62.webshots.com/462/5/72/37/2343572370075973817DOJGkn_ph.jpg?track_pagetag=/page/photo/family/family&track_action=/Owner/ViewActions/FullSize)You may have noticed that the Cheshire Cat is not all there himself! Also, don't step on the momeraths!

The Royal Garden (http://image64.webshots.com/464/0/99/9/2464099090075973817gUwwIf_ph.jpg?track_pagetag=/page/photo/family/family&track_action=/Owner/ViewActions/FullSize)We planted white roses by mistake, so we're painting the roses red! Don't tell the Queen what you have seen or say that we said we're paintig the roses red!

A Very Merry Unbirthday (http://image64.webshots.com/464/8/99/37/2841899370075973817JKKLEZ_ph.jpg?track_pagetag=/page/photo/family/family&track_action=/Owner/ViewActions/FullSize)Now, statistics prove that you have one birthday every year, but there are 364 unbirthdays! A very merry unbirthday to you! Who me? Yes, you! Let's all congratulate us with another cup of tea! A very merry unbirthday to you!

01-06-2007, 07:41 PM
I have all the guest rooms done in that one thread, which I will bump up now. I hope to get the pins, clothes, and inventory lists started back up. After the holidays I just didn't have time to keep up with this stuff. Hope to be better soon. :blush:

01-06-2007, 10:18 PM
Thanks for the thread fan! A lot of new VMK players will have a good time reading this :thumbsup:

01-07-2007, 01:24 PM
Wow, busy bee!

01-16-2007, 11:32 PM


Rules before entering the game
Creating your account
First time players
Talking in game


Main Street USA
New Orleans Square
Hidden Rooms

Guest Rooms

Where to buy them, etc.
List of all guest rooms
Personalizing room and furniture inside
Host Rooms
VMK Pass




Pirates of the Caribbean
Jungle Cruise
Haunted Mansion
Castle Fireworks Remixed
Tomorrowland Arcade
Music Mix


Make-your-own quests
In-game quests

Hidden Mickey
Ships and Shipwrecks
Light's Camera Engines
Adventure through Innerspace
Staff Quests

In-park quests

Still available
Frontierland Quest
Tomorrowland Quest
Thrill Seekers Quest
High School Musical Quest
POTC Treasure Hunt Quest
Disney Animation Quest
Adventureland Quest
Fantasyland Quest
Holiday Quest
50th Celebration Quest
Halloween Quest
Haunted Mansion Holiday Quest


Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
Herbie Fully Loaded
Monsters, Inc.
Traveling Stitch
Yeti Vision
Narnia Adventure
Disney Park Pirates
Dead Man's Chest Game
Animator's Desk
Water Parks Game
Pin Trading
Disney Movie Rewards
eBay Holiday Dreams Sweepstakes
VMK Merchandise

Other stuff I will have to include somewhere:

Important Links

01-17-2007, 01:12 AM
Totally understand :thumbsup: Most of us can help out newbies if they really need help :)

01-17-2007, 05:23 PM
That is a lot of amazing work!
Thanks for all you do here.. :thumbsup:

02-17-2007, 12:36 AM
Well, we get back to this thread :thedolls:. Apparently whenever you break your arm, you get PLENTY of time of doing nothing and sitting around in your house. The past few days have been completely boring (still waiting on new PS3 games to come out eventually....) and school has slowed down alot since the last time I tried doing this.

So as long as I have a three day weekend ahead of me, I will be working on this. The format that I started this thread on had really gotten on my nerves so I will be trashing it and try to find a different way to get as much information into here with it being readable.

I'm going to need all of your guys help though at the beginning. If you made something like guides for games, or videos of different in-game mini-games, or basically anything that deserves and is important to the game, post it in here. It will greatly cut down on time me searching through the forums because there are alot of threads that I can think of now that could go in. Credit will go to the original poster for the work they did in that particular post. Thanks in advance :mickey:

If you want, you can look in the tenth post for my outline of how I want to be doing anything. I could be adding stuff to it at anytime but if you see something not there that is important just post. Mainly, I want feedback on if you like or not, what can be added, etc.

02-17-2007, 07:26 PM
I got the 10,000 character limit in the first and second post. So that's why there are three posts with the rooms. Basically, that will be the format of alot of this post. Looks alot better than before right?

02-17-2007, 08:31 PM
"I got the 10,000 character limit.."

What does this mean?
I'm lost. It happens. :blush:

02-17-2007, 08:35 PM
It's like letters, puncuation (sp?), all that kind of stuff, including spaces. You can only have up to 10,000 of those. If I had all of the rooms in my first post it would be around 25,000 characters. So you get the idea of how big this is.

02-19-2007, 02:18 AM
Had to move basics to third post because of 10,000 limit and if I would move down New Orleans Square to the second post, I'd have to change all of those links because I would have to move those pictures to the second post album. Plus the fact that that would probably make the second post over 10,000 characters as well :mad:

EDIT: Ok, I took out the direct links to each rooms because it really wasn't that hard to just find the room you were looking for in the one album link in the first post. So for now, I am keeping that there.

EDIT 2: As far as I am concerned, the first two posts are now done. Suggestions? Anyone?

02-19-2007, 05:22 PM
Link to the Toolbar in the first post isn't working. I see it with the lands at the end.

On the buyable guest rooms, you may want to put a note at the top saying, these rooms were all buyable at some point. I know that's still a work in progress screen that we've talked about. :thumbsup:

Also let me, Doll, and Patti know if you need us to delete our posts after your last set. I don't have a problem deleting mine.

Format in first two posts looks great.

04-05-2007, 01:25 AM
So far today, me and cat (thanks a bunch :D) have been working on the game guides and are now done. I have not included a guide for music mixer because it is straight forward, and will put links to the guides to each of the Tomorrowland Arcade games into this thread as well. Speaking of that, any important threads of anything dealing with VMK, will help in this thread and help me save time. Mainly the quest threads, game guides, tomorrowland arcade guides and anything else like that. If anyone could post just a couple of these threads or remember of some that I search for would greatly help. :mickey:

Timetable is tomorrow will work on guest rooms and updating the public rooms with the new rooms released lately. Then Friday will work on the promotions and anything else I need to update.

05-23-2007, 08:31 PM
I want to ask this again since it has been awhile. Anyone have any ideas to make this more better either format wise or a different kind of way? This could be alot better, I just can't think of any ideas.

05-23-2007, 08:48 PM
Generally I think you got everything. We might want a section on how to make a Quest. Also probably should do the following:

1) You didn't get the link for the Tomorrowland Arcade Games:


2) Show the credits for the Street Music, Mixer and Monorail.

For the first song you save, you receive 100 credits and an Underwater Organ.
For the first song you play, you receive 100 credits.
Once a day, you can save a song for 25 credits.
Every 15 minutes, you can play a song inside the lobby for 25 credits.
First 100 songs, you receive xx credits. (Thought it was 500, but need to verify)

3) For Links, you might want to point back to Patti's overall thread for major links and just leave it at that.

4) Not sure what Rides stub is for.

5) Also in your outline, probably should update that and also the current park quests. Which of course you can say N/A starting June 4th for DLR. :(

Looking good fan! :thumbsup:

06-02-2007, 11:38 PM
I am getting ready a new way to have this done. It will be done in a couple of days and will get rid of about three of four of the posts I have on here.

You want a little hint? Come on, you know you want to...

Teaser (http://img126.imageshack.us/img126/3420/guideteasermh7.jpg)

So clean...

07-29-2007, 04:35 AM
I admit that I am getting really lazy on this and I should get this thing done. I honestly don't have the time or patience to do it and if someone else wants to try, go right ahead. I might try and work on this in the coming week or two before school starts but after that I doubt I will have any time. I put a link to a public room guide that I made actually two month's to the day. It's a pdf file and the file comes from rapidshare, which is quick, easy, and painless. It's less than a Mb and I hope that everyone can at least see what I'm trying to do and give suggestions or come up with their own ideas and go with it.

I'm going to try for the next on that list, but my demo for publisher runs out in a couple days so I'm going to need a different program with the same capabilities. Anything would help if it's quick and easy too.

07-29-2007, 09:25 PM
It's Halloween Time on VMK and Intercot

So you got two weeks until the Holiday season begins and wondering what are you going to do until the 10th Anniversary Party Meet? Well, how about a theme month of our own:

"The 31 Days of Disween"

Join all of your friends that are hosting events for everyone to enjoy with the Halloween theme over the course of the month. Here is a calender to guide you on nights activities.

1st (M) -
2nd (Tu) -
3rd (W) -
4th (Th) -
5th (F) -
6th (Sa) -
7th (Su) - Castle Fireworks Remixed Tournament
8th (M) -
9th (Tu) -
10th (W) -
11th (Th)-
12th (F)- (Intercot 10th Anniversary)
13th (Sa)- (Intercot 10th Anniversary)
14th (Su)- (Intercot 10th Anniversary)
15th (M) -
16th (Tu) -
17th (W)-
18th (Th)-
19th (F)-
20th (Sa)-
21st (Su)- Pirates of the Caribbean Tournament
22nd (M) -
23rd (Tu) -
24th (W)-
25th (Th)-
26th (F)-
27th (Sa)-
28th (Su)- Haunted Mansion Tournament
29th (M) -
30th (Tu)-
31st (W)-

(As you can see, I don't see enough people that aren't going to the party that come on regularly. I doubt that there will be anything the 12th through the 14th)

(I won't be here the 29th, 30th, or 31st because I will be up in WDW. I definately can't do a room any of those days)

I'm looking for people that want to organize some meets or events with the theme of Halloween to take most of the days.

Castle Fireworks Remixed Tourny Sign-Ups

Top 8 go to Quarter-Finals
Top 4 go to Semi-Finals
Top 2 go to Finals

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Pirates of the Caribbean Tournament

8 teams of 2 people
8 teams - 4 teams - 2 teams - 1 team - 1 vs. 1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Haunted Mansion Tournament

8 teams of 2 people
8 teams - 4 teams - 2 teams - 1 team - 1 vs. 1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Prizes to be announced (Donations are always welcome)