Foxy Fun
Fluttery Friends, Eye In the SkyCoughin' Carson
Release Date: September 12, 2014
Number of Pickaxes: 9-15
Minimum Amount of Time to Uncover Items in the Canyon: 25:00:00
Quest Structures Uncovered and Built:
Colridge Pleasure Dome
Catalogue Items Purchased, Built, or Planted:
Structures and Collectables Needed:
What the Colors Mean:
Quest Dialog Old Mine Instructions River Raft Instructions Quest Instructions Quest Completion Dialog and Reward
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QUEST: Kubla KhanEdit

Ms. Emma: Let us continue where last week's poetry lesson left off!

Today, we will venture deeper yet into the canyon to find true poetic inspiration. Lead the way!

Find poetic inspiration in the Canyon!

Tap the Canyon to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 3
Clear the overgrowth.

Tap the area to clean.

Clock med: 04:00:00
Ms. Emma: Why, it's none other than the eponymous Kubla Khan's pleasure dome from "Kubla Khan", by Samuel Taylor Coleridge!
“Kubla Khan? Pleasure dome? Eponymous?!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Seen SceneEdit

Ms. Emma: "Eponymous" means that someone has lent their name to something; in this case, the infamous Mongol ruler Kubla Khan!

My oh my, do we have much to cover. We must reconstruct the scene at once!

Search the Old Mine for building materials.

Tap the Old Mine to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 1 - 3
Gather the sandstone.

Tap the Sandstone to Collect. (1x)

Ms. Emma: The poem begins,

"In Xanadu did Kubla Khan, A stately pleasure-dome decree..." "Where Alph, the sacred river, ran Through caverns measureless to man Down to a sunless sea."

“Anonymous is opposite of eponymous!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Welcome To The Pleasure DomeEdit

Ms. Emma: Xanadu is the name of Kubla Khan's opulent summer palace, where he would retreat to ponder in his splendorous garden.
Begin reconstructing Coleridge's Pleasure Dome.

Tap Coleridge's Pleasure Dome to Upgrade.

Clock med: 02:00:00
Ms. Emma: The "pleasure-dome" is literally just that -- a domed building which Kubla Khan created to demonstrate his wealth!
“As if everyone wasn't aware already!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Fall & WallEdit

Ms. Emma: The garden itself was walled and massive: "So twice five miles of fertile ground

With walls and towers were girdled round..."

Search the Old Mine for wall-building materials.

Tap the Old Mine to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 1 - 3
Gather the brick.

Tap the Brick to Collect. (1x)

Ms. Emma: Coleridge sets up Xanadu to be like the Garden of Eden after Man's fall: a paradise, yet walled off to those who sought it.
“A pair-a-dice? I didn't know he gambled!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Deceptive DecadenceEdit

Ms. Emma: But for those who can afford the palace, what a beautiful sight it must be!

"And there were gardens bright with sinuous rills, Where blossomed many an incense-bearing tree..."

Continue building Coleridge's Pleasure Dome.

Tap Coleridge's Pleasure Dome to Upgrade.

Clock med: 08:00:00
Ms. Emma: As with most poetry, however, all is not well within the lavish gardens of Xanadu...
“Whatever could Emma mean?!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Heavy HypothesisEdit

Ms. Emma: You see, within the garden there was a savage chasm within which a seething turmoil of a current upset the sacred river Alph!

Friend, I do believe the sacred river may be OUR river! We must test this hypothesis at once!

Gather some water from the river!

Tap the River Raft to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 1 - 3
Retrieve the sacred water.

Tap the Sacred Water to Collect. (1x)

Ms. Emma: This water does indeed draw from the sacred river Alph! The implications of this are simply staggering!
“Can you really blame Alph for being upset?”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Symbolic StruggleEdit

Ms. Emma: The treacherous chasm existing within the garden symbolizes Coleridge's struggle with decadence that defies nature.
Nourish the garden with the sacred water.

Tap Coleridge's Pleasure Dome to Upgrade.

Clock med: 02:00:00
Ms. Emma: Perhaps this is a lesson that we should live simpler lives? I must talk this over with Ruby and Carson later.
“She should spring her garden idea on them!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Phony PoetEdit

Ms. Emma: Last for us to add is the "incense-bearing tree".

With previous biblical references in mind, I do believe Coleridge was referring to frankincense trees!

Search the Canyon for frankincense trees!

Tap the Canyon to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 3
Retrieve the frankincense branch.

Tap the Frankincense Branch to Collect. (1x)

Clock med: 03:00:00
Ms. Emma: Despite these seemingly established references, much mystery surrounds the poem.

Coleridge has supposedly lied about its writing and inspiration, so perhaps we will never know!

“An incensed tree is only angry!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Mentally Taxed And RelaxedEdit

Ms. Emma: Do partake in the sweet aroma of frankincense with me. After learning so much, we must all of us relax!
Finish constructing Coleridge's Pleasure Dome.

Tap Coleridge's Pleasure Dome to Finish.

Clock med: 06:00:00
Ms. Emma: This concludes the lesson, friend! Let us now take pause to reflect on all that we've learned thus far.
“A lesson learned is a break earned!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

QUEST: Placated PoeticsEdit

Carson: I heard that you wanted ta speak with Ruby and me, Emma? Les stroll through tha dome 'n talk.
Take a stroll through the Pleasure Dome.

Tap Coleridge's Pleasure Dome to Harvest. (1x)

2 Gold med to skip
Ms. Emma: I understand your concerns, Emma, but we simply live in a different time than Mr. Coleridge. Everything will be fine!
“It seems the lecturer just got lectured!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

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