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sarahfish89

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  1. You don't have to play if you don't want to, it's only a game. It does allow you to enter the raffle if you get to a high enough level. @lilacamy931: You're welcome Edit: Ninja'd by Dolphinsong
  2. It depends on what level you are, if you are not level 15 (or higher) then you cannot do that option.
  3. It requires more xp, but you get more snow per hour and probably gain more xp using higher level attacks. I doubt it's 100, or even 50. The last attack is for level 15, so I'd be surprised if it was that high.
  4. You got the one I bred! I'm so glad it went to someone nice on the forums. Congrats on the catch. Think of it as a make-up gift Enjoy Christmas, and no worries. Most of us won't win either Merry Christmas to all, and I wonder what the max level is for the snow wars game. I'm sad that's Santa's dead though Poor dead CB Holly.
  5. New Egg Form Dragon Breeder: sarahfish89 Team of Breeder: Olive Generation of Egg: 9th Lineage URL of Egg: http://dragcave.net/lineage/7SyCB Transferring or Keeping: Keeping
  6. Oops Form What went wrong: Refusal Dragon Breeder: sarahfish89 Team of Breeder: Olive Intended Dragon Owner: n/a - own bred 9th gen Team of Intended Dragon Owner: n/a Generation of affected Dragon: 8th Lineage URL of affected Dragon: http://dragcave.net/lineage/PAtlD Replacement: Replacement Egg Form Dragon Breeder: sarahfish89 Team of Breeder: Olive Generation of Egg: 8th Lineage URL of Egg: http://dragcave.net/lineage/PAtlD Name of the dragon to-be-replaced (according to spreadsheet): (PAtlD) Intended for: me
  7. I'm so sorry to hear that, but I'm glad you have it cleaned up. I guess this means users may be infected? I warned some people on Facebook, but many of them didn't take the warning so who knows. Avast still warns the user, but I don't know if it's because it hasn't updated yet. Depends on how it was detecting it beforehand.
  8. Avast! is reporting this too; JS:Iframe-CSU [Trj]. This means (assuming this is not a false positive) that the website has malicious JavaScript that has been appended (added to) to existing JavaScript files for the purpose of downloading other code via your web browser (most likely a trojan). I suggest if you do not need Java then remove it from your computer as this coding is trying to exploit it. I'm guessing this is new today, it's very possible this is a false positive. If the owner can confirm this, I will send the url as a false positive to Avast! and AVG (and any other AV if people report them as detecting this). @annageckos: What anti-virus are you running?
  9. 3/10 I've seen you before, not a lot though.
  10. *swipes Royal Crimsons*