April 17th 2020

Egg Spotlight – Part 2

As we’ve been developing and testing this event, I’ve grown to be rather shady and secretive about what I’m doing with these eggs. Even going as far as to hide critical information from certain staff members as I sit at my wide computer screen with a devilish grin on my face.

Today, however, we will be talking about an Egg on-site that seems rather dull and boring to some, even though it does give us that nostalgic, cool vibe to various players across GoodBlox.

Egg Spotlight: Stationary Egg of Boring

Many people throughout ROBLOX History had collected this object, and this seems to be the case on GoodBlox. While it may merely be poached in a select spot doing zilch, there still might be a hidden secret about this particular object that remains undiscovered. In fact, many players seem to go ahead and pick eggs up, never to touch them again unless it’s by complete accident. So, why exactly are we talking about an egg that does absolutely nothing?

Stationary Egg of Boring

Part of the secret to overcoming the Egg Hunt is to collect every egg you see, even if you may have it already. The description says “My egg, it is a boring!” How does collecting every egg you see help, though? Could this be some mysterious conspiracy? Well, you will need to collect them all anyway, and collecting multiple of the same egg doesn’t hurt anybody. Search them out, and keep your eyes out…there is a possibility that one might not appear too boring after all…

If there are any more questions about various kinds of eggs, we might post more information as the event rolls on. Get out there and find those Easter eggs!

– Jiquor
GoodBlox Creative Director



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