Horse Isle 3 Humor

There are a lot of funny things that can happen on Horse Isle.  In the days to come, I’ll be drawing cartoons about some of these and also sharing funny screenshots I’ve found.  When I have enough they’ll all be linked on the main Horse Isle 3 Hints page.

I hope you enjoy!

HI 3 comic 1

Boris the nutterFriendly BunnehPink PonehPink Poneh 1when I clickedPink Poneh 2Goat Horse (2)goat horse


Horse Isle 3 – the Essence Anomaly – Updated — Mindflight

A recent update introduced something called an Essence Anomaly. Anyone who plays Horse Isle will know that Essence buys equipment and various account perks like the kayak, the pony cart, the chariot, the ability to sense wild horses, the sailboat, the hot air balloon and even musical instruments. You can run around all over the map […]

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Working from Home Version 2

So… yeah.  I’m working from home for the first time in my life.  I’m very grateful to be able to do so, so I am most emphatically not complaining, but it’s definitely an adjustment.  I decided to start working on my cartooning a bit now that I have a second monitor on my desktop.  (I needed that for greater ability to do my job from my home computer.  I also got a cheap graphics card so ultimately I’ll be much better off than I was.)  Anyway, I have this problem where I am too much of a perfectionist with my cartooning, so I hardly ever do any, so I decided to just let it all hang out and get sloppy with it.  I’m going for expressiveness over prettiness.

The below comic (now colorized) is somewhat inspired by Matt Inman’s comic about working from home, linked below.

Why Working from Home is both Awesome and Horrible  

Over the next few days I intend to continue posting lighthearted content, and also more Horse Isle 3 content, to help give everyone something else to think about while they are also stuck at home.

Hang in there everybody!

working from home in color

Horse Isle 3 Update: Jousting and Chariots!

Can anyone say…. chariot race?  I may have to build one sometime, if I figure out a way to do it.  Spinning spikes affixed to the wheels won’t be mandatory.

Most of you are probably familiar with the Pony Cart.  The chariot is made for full sized horses and costs 10,000 Essence.  Up to 2 friends can ride in it with you!  Here’s what it looks like:

Ben-Hur of Horse Isle

There is now also a Horse Cart, unlockable for 2,500 Essence, so you can roll in style with your larger horses.

Additionally, the strength requirement for the Pony Cart was recently reduced, so your little guys only need a .2 Pull Strength instead of .4.  This is great, since weaker minis can now pull, and those who already could will be faster.

And now, for Jousting.  For a very reasonable 1,000 Essence, you can unlock a proper lance!  In-game, the lance is made of foam and will only knock a rider off a horse if they also have the lance equipped.  A couple clubs have made arenas for jousting, TigerTon being one of them.

Jousting 1
Me on my Waaaaaar Unicorn

I anticipate lots of fun to be had with these new enhancements!

Like to join me on this awesome game?  If you would, make sure and use this link or place my ID, 1023, in the box when you join.
That way, if you ever decide to buy a subscription, even for one month, you’ll get a bonus 1000 essence, plus 10 Esroh Essence to help you get started.  A subscription costs 500 Mobia per month and you can buy Mobia from other players in-game if you don’t have cash to spend.
Boris the nutter
Goofy Pic of the Day – “Boris” in mid-yawn

[:en]A chance in the shadow[:] — Chronicles from Concordia

[:en]I’m writing these lines from Thessaloniki, Greece, while most of the continent – and a large part of the world – is on “lockdown”. The last few days have seen an unprecedented coordinated effort to limit the advance of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the human-to-human transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that has cost the lives…

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Magnificent desolation — Chronicles from Concordia

Dr. Stijn Thoolen is the ESA-sponsored medical doctor spending 12 months at Concordia research station in Antarctica. He facilitates a number of experiments on the effects of isolation, light deprivation, and extreme temperatures on the human body and mind. Find this blog post in the original Dutch below. Concordia, January 2, 2020 Sunlight: 24 hours…

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