Which land would you prefer, Echoland or Olàm Shonè?

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Kro92813 wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 09:10
ciecheesemeister wrote:
27 Sep 2019, 14:34
When I was younger and more adventurous, Echoland would have been the clear choice. These days I tend to play things a bit safer. I'll go with Olàm Shonè.
My sentiments exactly! As a teen I may have embraced the danger and adventure. Now that I have a couple kids I'll just relax in my safe haven please!
Wait till they get big enough and the peace and tranquility becomes stifling, then Echoland would be paradise despite its dangers.

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Kro92813 wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 09:11
kdstrack wrote:
27 Sep 2019, 21:43
Definitely Olám Shoné! This is utopia. From what we know of Echoland, it is still too dangerous and creepy.
Agreed! I will just hope that my echo is around so that I can get in ;) or make friendly with Will or Auralius
I qould go for Auralius. He is a ticket into Olám Shone all on his own.

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Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 09:48
Kro92813 wrote:
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Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
26 Sep 2019, 14:30

Unwanted people and definitely some wanted people too...even helpless desperate people with no Sound-Echo combo will have to find other ways to survive Fate Sealers.
With the false king dead and William king, the fate sealers should no longer be a problem
In theory yes, but in reality that is a different matter altogether. They are basically addicts of murder and torture...a change in leaders within Echoland would not be overly welcomed by their ilk. The only way to ensure Echoland is safe and thrives again is to either Shadowpain their a**** or end them.
I agree. their hatred is engrained far to deeply to turn them around. I think he would have to endthem to be sure they arent a problem anymore

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Kro92813 wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 11:06
Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 09:48
Kro92813 wrote:
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With the false king dead and William king, the fate sealers should no longer be a problem
In theory yes, but in reality that is a different matter altogether. They are basically addicts of murder and torture...a change in leaders within Echoland would not be overly welcomed by their ilk. The only way to ensure Echoland is safe and thrives again is to either Shadowpain their a**** or end them.
I agree. their hatred is engrained far to deeply to turn them around. I think he would have to endthem to be sure they arent a problem anymore
I would love Echoland despite the fate sealers, but they should be killed in order to never become a problem in the future. I agree that any othet options seek to endanger future generations should they gain freedom.

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I think Olam Shone sounds like a beautiful place. I think I would choose that.

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Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 13:40
Kro92813 wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 11:06
Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 09:48

In theory yes, but in reality that is a different matter altogether. They are basically addicts of murder and torture...a change in leaders within Echoland would not be overly welcomed by their ilk. The only way to ensure Echoland is safe and thrives again is to either Shadowpain their a**** or end them.
I agree. their hatred is engrained far to deeply to turn them around. I think he would have to endthem to be sure they arent a problem anymore
I would love Echoland despite the fate sealers, but they should be killed in order to never become a problem in the future. I agree that any othet options seek to endanger future generations should they gain freedom.
I would possibly switch my opinion of favor if echo land was for sure rid of the fate dealers. With them there I just couldn't

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I think Olam Shone sounds like a beautiful place. I think I would choose that.
Ditto! It seems so harmonious and peaceful. Quite the utopia!

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Kro92813 wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 09:10
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27 Sep 2019, 14:34
When I was younger and more adventurous, Echoland would have been the clear choice. These days I tend to play things a bit safer. I'll go with Olàm Shonè.
My sentiments exactly! As a teen I may have embraced the danger and adventure. Now that I have a couple kids I'll just relax in my safe haven please!
Even as a responsible parent, I would drop the wife and kids in Olám Shoné and head for an adventure in Echoland, my choice.

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Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
29 Sep 2019, 23:59
Kro92813 wrote:
28 Sep 2019, 09:10
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27 Sep 2019, 14:34
When I was younger and more adventurous, Echoland would have been the clear choice. These days I tend to play things a bit safer. I'll go with Olàm Shonè.
My sentiments exactly! As a teen I may have embraced the danger and adventure. Now that I have a couple kids I'll just relax in my safe haven please!
Even as a responsible parent, I would drop the wife and kids in Olám Shoné and head for an adventure in Echoland, my choice.
Well I hope you would come back! I'd be irrate if my husband dropped us off in a foreign land and left :lol2:

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Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
01 Sep 2019, 04:18
In this story we got to see the marvels of echoland and its amazing features. We also got a brief glimpse into Olám Shonè. Of the two lands which would you like to explore and why?
A prominent part of nature is the landscape.

Although Echoland and Olam Shone has it's own unique quality.

For being the centre of attention, I would chose "Echoland."

Thank you for the question.

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For me, I would choose Echoland because of the amazing pets, the chance for endless adventure despite the danger of Fate Sealers, and because of the chance to learn the history of the magical land.

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Ferdinand_otieno wrote:
30 Sep 2019, 09:00
For me, I would choose Echoland because of the amazing pets, the chance for endless adventure despite the danger of Fate Sealers, and because of the chance to learn the history of the magical land.
And I'm sure there is a TON of history to learn! Think if how much info is stocked in pellucid library!

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I would prefer Echoland over Olám Shonè. because It sounds like an adventurous place, but without fate sealers and fortune-tellers.

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I prefer Olam Shone more. They have built trust towards each other and it is a relaxing and peaceful place to stay. The bonus side is that it has a fairy world like environment.

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I think Olam Shone would be a good and peaceful place to stay in, but I would also like to visit and explore Echoland from time to time for a bit of adventure.
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