September 14th 2020

Pink: Can We Truly Hate You?

Before GOODBLOX ran into some personal problems of its own, there was a new box that had released prior to when all the problems began. Users discovered the Speckled Pink Gift of Pinksplosion (and that’s a mouthful). Instantly, they found the description contained something about “hating pink”. I was amused that users were truly confused about this box because they kept saying they hated pink everywhere around the site – on blurbs, item descriptions, and forum posts. The list of comments has also got to be one of the longest lists I’ve ever seen on-site (which seems to be a good sign). However, this was not the case at all. If you hate pink, you do you. But I am here to reveal the truth, and nothing but the truth. If you don’t like it, then kindly delete this post from your browser history and ignore it. We don’t take kindly to complaints or insults.

In 2007, users initially got this because they owned an item with the color pink on it. We thought that was silly and clever, but we decided to brain-tease the community. Yes, the description said something about hating pink things, but how else would you hate pink things besides writing down the fact you hated pink, even if you didn’t truly mean it?

Well, some users were smart enough to avoid wearing and using pink body colors, clothing, hats, and other items altogether. Yes, even items that had a *teensy-tiny bit of pink* on them counted. We also decided to count the colors alder, lavender, and salmon because they’re lighter shades of magenta to us. Don’t agree? Your problem. You have to buy it for 100 G$ instead or leave it alone. We looked through every outfit carefully as best we could. If you were caught wearing pink colors, that’s it. This box is not for free.

But we can’t truly hate pink; I mean, this color does show toughness and this color is used to raise awareness on important topics around the world. Pink is tough, pink is cool. But if you genuinely hate the color pink, that’s too bad. We gave you this box just to spite you.

But don’t worry – there are more boxes on the horizon. A new Wanwood box just released last night, and it will be available to earn for a few days. If you made it to the end of the post, why don’t I drop a hint for you? You might as well look into uploading something in a specific category. But we’re not telling you what that requirement is specifically. Figure it out on your own, you clever GOODBLOXian, you.

We’re always watching.
– Jiquor
GOODBLOX Creative Director
Co-Owner

September 14th 2020

A Gift Only For the Elite

In 2007, ROBLOX staff members put out two hints for the first two gift boxes: the Nice Gift and the Black Iron Gift of Pwnage. Unfortunately, after that, no more information was spread on the remaining boxes until every box had been released to the public for free.

But this time, it’s different. I am here to talk about all the boxes in detail as best I can. I’m also going to upload some cool still shots I got of the boxes while I was bored. But if you complain about not getting them, I will ignore you or ban you if you become annoying about it toward me. End of story.

Now, onto the tale…

A scary green box rose from the depths of a forbidden forest. No no, not the one like you’d find on the northwestern side of Hogwarts, but one with many tales of 1x1x1x1 and other exploiters from times past. Some say the depths of the darkest part of that forest contain a wormhole that connects to the forsaken location known as Banland, where all terminated users go to rot when they have been terminated by our merciless crack squad of moderators. This box has been said to be absolutely legendary for an abomination of reasons, and there are mysteries surrounding the founder whom crafted this cursed box to wreak horrible vengeance on ROBLOX back in December 2007.

Some say Telamon, 1x1x1x1 (and/or his counterparts), or Gamer3D created this box at an attempt to ruin Giftsplosion. When people found out the real creator of the box (JohnCarmack), we knew his evil plan, thus he wasn’t banned, but completely forbidden to access ROBLOX as a whole. As we all couldn’t have expected more, the box made its way to GOODBLOX. Users instantaneously believed JohnCarmack was the culprit, but they were surprised to find that when they messaged him, a letter might or might’ve not been sent back to their inbox, but he fooled Giftsplosion hunters into thinking this was a trap! Some users were clever enough to search his entire GOODBLOX account though, because they found this mysterious Decal
With this Decal advertising an accursed front-view version of a regular Domino Crown with a mysterious ID on the bottom right corner, users had to think harder on who the culprit was this time. Let’s look closely and think for a second; hmm, a Domino Crown…an accursed box…the number 15845…Banland…Wait a minute, now I know how some people found out who it was! It was none other than…

FLESKHJERTA.

Fleskhjerta was one of the initial popular users to ever hit the ROBLOX scene with his cool places and intricate bloopers that left a cool mark on YouTube (when it was still genuinely cool). Banned once and threatening to quit, then being terminated in Late 2008, he vowed happiness to be off the platform and had announced his (awaiting) retirement right then and there. Of course, he did come back thirteen years later to relive memories with his fans (and he was not pleased at all), but I think he had another trick up his sleeve. He sent this box straight from the depths of his cell in Banland over to us. Users found that when they received the mysterious Elite Gift of Hax0r in their inventory in due time, they had contacted the right person. They messaged Fleskhjerta – if you were one of these users, pat yourself on the back for solving this. Salute!

It is now on sale for 400 GOODBUX for a limited time only – the most expensive of all the boxes. If you bought it, you most likely got your money’s worth. But if you aren’t satisfied, then too bad. Delete it. We don’t care. But as of now, there’s only 58 in existance.

More boxes are coming along the horizon, and there’s still time left. Keep your thinking caps on and you’ll have more of them in no time.

~ Jiquor
GOODBLOX Creative Director
Co-Owner

July 12th 2020

Black Iron Gift of Pwnage

The masked malefactor has struck again! Late last night, he sent the web site into maintenance and distributed the gift to thousands of GOODBLOXian homes. We reported his motives a couple of days ago.

Users found that they got this mysterious (and shiny) blue box if they didn’t have a 1-day ban or more on their account record. He left a sale tag for the staff team as well, which appears to expire in 48 hours from now.

Now we have a cryptic news wire from the GOODBLOX Police commissioner Carl Burgundy:

Police Report                                          ID: 5f3759df

We’re having trouble getting to the Root of this problem. The thing is, it doesn’t square with everything we know about GOODBLOXians. See, most of them don’t break into places and leave gifts. This guy is doing the inverse. And he’s doing it fast.

The commissioner also pointed out that all the houses burglarized this time belonged to known advanced-level bloxxers and up. Whoever broke into their houses must be either supremely confident or insane. In any case, they’re dangerous and citizens should not attempt to apprehend them themselves.

– Jiquor
GOODBLOX Creative Director
Co-Owner

July 10th 2020

Christmas…in July?

Wait a second – this is July. Why are we suddenly being festive? The answer is all over the website – some burglar broke into thousands of GOODBLOXian homes over the last few days. Nobody reported that anything was stolen, but users are beginning to see a lot of festivities around their levels and profile pages.

However, this is GOODBLOX – this means that not every box is exactly the same as it was back in 2007. That would be boring! This sort of on-site event may look familiar to some members of our community.

One thing is for sure, there’s a crazy man with a sack of gifts on the loose and no one knows when he will strike again!

Be sure to check out the rest of our updates here, with thanks from Pizzaboxer and KJF.

– Jiquor
GoodBlox Creative Director
Co-Owner

July 10th 2020

The Semi-Finals!

Hello there everyone – Jiquor here again with some exciting news. We have recently completed the quarter-finals after some problems and we’re happy to get started on the semi-finals. We’ve been extremely busy this week which is why there has been a delay. Because of this, I am sad to say that I am departing back to my shelter-in-place spot on Friday night and that means I won’t be able to stream the last three matches. Sorry! I will have them pre-recorded to be premiered on YouTube once that becomes available. You can find my channel here.

To the people that lost in the quarter-finals, you had a chance to be thrown into a random numeral generator to participate once again in the semi-finals to fight another team for third place. Congratulations to the Crimson Embers for being the lucky team to fight yet again in the semi-finals.

With this being said, here’s how the last four matches will work out. Read the details below very carefully.
1. The semifinals and final may be extended in length to one hour (two 30-minute sessions).
2. The two winners go to the finals, and the two losers fight for third place. This means there are four matches left to go.
3. Only participants in the tournament will be eligible to claim prizes. If you were part of a team, but did not show up, even if the team you were in won, you do not get anything. Nope, nada, zilch, zip, zero. Don’t complain to me about it – this was on you, so be there on time when it’s your turn.
4. Message Telamon on-site or Jiquor on Discord two hours before your match starts to signify a valid delay of your tournament time. In order for this to be eligible, the other team has to confirm the change with you. If the deadline passed to message somebody, you have no choice; you must play with whatever members of your team show up. If no members show up, the other team wins by default. If nobody from either team shows up, a random number generation will determine who gets to advance to the final round.
5. All guidelines in the previous blog post still apply (click to read).
6. Finally, anyone caught shooting through the lobby walls will be kicked from the server. Do not do it.

Here’s the roster for the semi-finals.

Remember:  4,000 GOODBUX and 5 Builders Club memberships are on the line, so get your act together. Gamer3D had made a trophy for this event back in 2007 to be given to the winning team. (You’ll be able to wear it on your head like a hat – you’ll look ridiculous but everyone will know you’re a deadly with a paintball gun.) Be sure to be the winning team to win this item with fierce determination!

Best of luck.
– Jiquor
GoodBlox Creative Director
Co-Owner

June 22nd 2020

Paintball Tournament Match Times and Rules

The diagram below will be the general guide for the layout and times for the first half of the tournament.

Click here for the diagram.

Match times:
Find your team on the diagram, then look at the match time in red of your next match. Make sure you are not busy at this time. This diagram will not be 100% accurate though; some teams will not be able to make the times specified.

Every team will given warning of the next match they must attend by a personal message from Telamon followed by a notification from Jiquor, which will reference the diagram posted above. If a team can’t make it then the captain MUST inform Telamon no later than six hours before the match is due to start so that we can delay the match. If you don’t meet the time-frame for messaging Telamon, you have no choice but to play the match with whatever players turn up. If no players turn up, the other team moves on (“wins”) by default, so it’s important that the maximum players of your team attend for best results.

The team delaying the match must give a new range of times that they can make to attend a match within 48 hours of the time of the old match (preferably at 12pm PST). If this new time is ALSO missed by the same team, they will be disqualified. The other team needs to also be able to make it to the scheduled time.

If both teams cannot manage to reach a consensus within 48 hours, I will try my best to adjust bits, but if either team is very inflexible, they may need to be disqualified as it will only become difficult to accommodate for them later. I will be more lenient when the later stages of the tournament are reached.

If your team is in a tricky position with timezones, you may have a hard time working things out. It might be that a developer will have to judge a few matches as they could range in different timezones.

Winning a match:
A paintball match consists of two 15-minute halves, with a 2 minute break in the middle. The team that gets the most points overall (so both the first and second half scores are added together) will win the match and progress to the next stage of the tournament. Points are earned the same way as always; +4 for a KO, -4 for a WO, +10 for capturing the flag. A team can also win a match the boring way if the other team is disqualified. The other team is disqualified if no players turn up to the match, or if times and deadlines to enter the match are not upheld. I reserve the right to disqualify any team for excessive intentional cheating of any kind (not including shooting through walls – which is so hard to moderate that I will just allow it).

Extra Information and Rules:
– Matches will not actually start at the time on the chart. They will start 10 minutes~ after the time stated because some people will be slightly late.
– The actual paintball map you will fight in is basically identical to how it usually is, but there is now a viewing area with a lobby, no side quests, and a lot of scripted elements. Part count will greatly be reduced as well, and new client updates should help with less lag spikes.
– You can request for the rules to be repeated when you arrive.
– I have been talking a lot about disqualification. I will try to avoid disqualifying teams because I hate doing it, but I have many teams entering and the tournament is taking a lot of effort and time already, so I can’t afford to keep rescheduling matches.
– The semifinals and final may be extended.

Final key points:
– Check your PMs regularly the day before and during the day a match will be held. I will PM each team 24 hours before their next match. Check your PMs an hour or two before your match to see if the other team has delayed it.
– Use the Chart as much as you can.
– Make sure your whole team knows what is going on by contacting them.
– You only need to win a few matches in a row to win the whole tournament!

Good luck!
Finally, the updated list of teams.
12 teams, 60 players.

  • Team Name: Bagels
  • Player1: Plad
  • Player2:  Bevels
  • Player3: Maelstronomer
  • Player4: Vladikishere
  • Captain: Goo
  • Team Color: Institutional White
  • Team Name: S.W.A.G Revisited
  • Captain: blocky
  • Player2: tie
  • Player3: paintballbro
  • Player4: regen
  • Player5: diu
  • Team Color: Bright Red
  • Team Name: Alpha-G
  • Player1: SCP
  • Player2: salmonid
  • Player3: Vexium
  • Player4: Syncmaster
  • Captain: frog800
  • Team Color: Light Pink
  • Team Name: Crimson Embers
  • Captain: Crimson0
  • Player2: Null
  • Player3: popser
  • Player4: Devenus
  • Player5: Waluigi
  • Team Color: Bright Red
  • Team Name: Paint Killers
  • Captain: Omg
  • Player2: AdminStorage
  • Player3: vl1
  • Player4: djdjjddj
  • Player5: Smith
  • Team Color: Shiny Blue
  • Team Name: Battlemasters
  • Captain: vba
  • Player2: pichu
  • Player3: Newton
  • Player4: eloas3
  • Player5: Koopa
  • Team Color: Shiny Black
  • Team Name: Cape Horns
  • Captain: Art
  • Player2: Trail
  • Player3: doc
  • Player4: zzz
  • Player5: DOXED
  • Team Color: Bright Orange
  • Team Name: Rogues of GOODBLOXia
  • Player1: Lunaboy752
  • Player2: elek2007
  • Player3: Zereth
  • Player4: Ozn
  • Captain: rocket
  • Team color: Grey
  • Team Name: T-Bone
  • Player1: yourself
  • Player2: TehNoobShow
  • Player3: RexBoy01
  • Player4: purplemario74
  • Player5: taskmanager
  • Team color: Green
  • Team Name: Blue Snipers
  • Player1: Snipers
  • Player2: Natan
  • Player3: Shedlijorsky
  • Player4: vel
  • Player5: Dusekkar
  • Team color: Blue
  • Team Name: Monstars
  • Player1: Huberateiler
  • Player2: astrawave
  • Player3: Flameboy96
  • Player4: Novel
  • Player5: Macintosh88
  • Team color: Purple
  • Team Name: Superbricks
  • Player1: Cataskeri
  • Player2: lollolman
  • Player3: Eric
  • Player4: Andry
  • Player5: Turret777
  • Team color: Green
June 5th 2020

Wrath of the TEAPOT GOD: Grand Finale

For the past week, clockwork invaded GoodBlox and turned everything into rupturing chaos. He managed to sneak his Teapot Turret into the catalog and cause utter mayhem for us all by changing our web site, hijacking Jiquor‘s account, and bloxxing every GOODBLOXian he saw. However, his rampage is now over. Regen fought a difficult battle against clockwork in the Parade level where he ultimately prevailed in the fight. In the end, it was clear that this particular version of “clockwork” was indeed not Alex Quach himself, but rather, a corruption lost in our simplistic side of the Internet as a whole.

Months ago, we attempted to stop his reign of terror with a special Teapot Jiquor had made back in 2016 during his time at ROBLOX.

Rumors began to circulate amongst our community that clockwork was returning to GoodBlox. The question beared everyone: is it for good, or is it for evil? The answer should’ve been obvious all along. clockwork came back with horrible vengenace. Our first real clue to his return was the appearance of one famous item created by Alex Quach himself, the LOLCAT Bible.

Later, the Bible went up for sale, and clockwork’s place -Mount GOODBLOX- had been updated. The rumors ended up being true. Not only had he put the LOLCAT Bible on-sale, but he had occupied himself with the Teapot Turret. Yes, THAT particular infamous item that was used to cause destruction on many innocent blocky characters and well-built ROBLOX levels back in his regime of ROBLOX administration. He practically snuck it into the catalog.

clockwork indicated that people made fun of his teapot obsession, but he also shunned Jiquor for “stealing his pride”. He wondered what kind of vengeance he had against Jiquor compared to the rest of the community. All this time, it turns out he believed that there could only be one teapot fanatic. He sought to take every Teapot back, specifically from Jiquor.

Jiquor is just an ordinary guy who likes to collect Teapots, much like clockwork does. And yet, he still did not understand when Jiquor attempted to reason with him. When clockwork visited Mt. GOODBLOX to invade innocent climbers, rumors spread around indicating that he had left some sort of note hidden in the level.
A few hours later, SyncMaster found the element that many had spent hours upon hours of searching for. Our second clue was a gray Teapot that had been found behind a delicate wall. Upon touching the Teapot, this message would spill out:

“My turret has one weakness

(besides another turret, but what are the odds of that?)

Just don’t let a certain book enter my space.”

Jiquor even got word from KJF; clockwork had joined Mt. GOODBLOX and wreaked havoc on the mountain. He also left some javascript-code behind, which was indicating a server shutdown and a hint about The Nethack Man Pages, which is a rare book created by Telamon (John Shedletsky) himself back in 2008.

On the next day, a new blank white banner appeared on-site in the early hours of May 31st, 2020. Before Jiquor went to remove it, members of the community discovered a hidden message on the banner. This was actually the third clue! With this, he decided to leave the announcement up to see where that clue would take the community.

The mountain was also updated again. Telamon’s book was updated, too. KJF’s avatar was not looking too healthy at the time of writing. Apparently, clockwork had corrupted items available on our catalog, which included faces, Decals, and Pants. Decals are still being fixed.

*But that wasn’t the worst of all that happened. clockwork had done the unthinkable; this is what I could only describe as “the worst that’s yet to come” in the general chat rooms on our Discord server during my time of speculation. We had become some knock-off of Finobe. We suspected that Finobe had something to do with this. In the end, we were correct. Clockwork’s corruption was being delivered by their servers in hopes to destroy GoodBlox!*
*(Part of the A.R.G.)

On the next day, this turned into a different kind of war. On 9:02 PM,
June 2nd, 2020, clockwork hijacked Jiquor’s account.

Jiquor was working on another Teapot Turret behind the scenes. Clockwork discovered this, and in turn, he hijacked Jiquor’s account to stop his secret plans. With this Turret, I was planning to end this war entirely. He managed to find out my secret plans to rid of him forever.

He did what he wanted to do to me. He deleted my Teapots. He changed the announcements. He changed my profile. He posted weird messages on-site. He demoted every single staff member. He altered my levels. He bloxxed every GoodBloxian that he ever saw. He had also created various ominous assets that were published by my account. They’re extremely eerie.


Evident from Mt. GoodBlox, a particular book (The Nethack Man Pages) could stop him. Our only hope left to stop clockwork from his destructiveness was the book itself.

On the next day, it seems that someone had actually solved the puzzles that were hidden by Telamon on-site. One banner went like this:

There were also other various symbols posted onsite:

_- – This was the starting point. It would be found on an onsite announcement banner.
6 – This is the second symbol. It would be found on a forum post by Telamon that was pinned for a short while.
-5 – This is the third symbol. It would be found on an empty baseplate created by Telamon.
12 – The Nethack Man Pages’ had its description changed to include this excerpt: “>> 12 << 00 pages.” This is where the fourth symbol was.

Together, all the symbols made “_-6-512“. If you searched this up in the T-Shirts area, you found it, smart cookie! This was the fourth clue.

Users who friended or messaged NethackManPages received Telamon’s legendary accessory. Regen was the first person to solve this puzzle. The book is no longer obtainable, and it will never be for sale. Don’t bother asking for it.

Clockwork had done so many things to the GoodBlox foundation. During his rampage, he didn’t just change small things onsite, but he uploaded very creepy assets that shouldn’t have existed. Just today, it seems that he had changed GoodBlox back to normal. This was almost the case – however the banner, the logo, and many of the buttons changed a SECOND TIME. Some messages said things like this: CLOCKWORK is Free! How eerie was that?!

The user that solved the puzzles first was none other than regen, an ordinary GoodBlox user, just like you! They were deemed the chosen one to save us all from total catastrophe. Today was also Parade Day. While there, regen other users had completed a very strange obstacle course with moving Teapots, climbing structures, and even rolling spheres! This was the final clue.

While clockwork was busy paying attention to the parade so he could decide how to invade it, I got back into my account through a back-door. With this, I was able to revert my profile and the catalog back to normal after some maintenance, but for some odd reason, I was not able to remove these items in particular. Oh well, I guess we’ll just turn them into Jiquor’s special assets – which are the first two GoodBlox Administrator’s special items evar.

On the next day, the battle was on. Regen would go on to fight Clockwork during the second part of the Spring Block Party parade.

They fought for almost thirty minutes before clockwork perished as his Teapot Turret shattered. Regen is a true hero, so we’ve awarded him a very special item: The Legendary Ruby Rock of Pwnage!

With this, GoodBlox returned to normality with much rejoice. Clockwork’s wrath has now ended completely and those who completed the obstacle course (when it was broken and when it was opened) have received their items if they entered the correct code in a message sent to me. You got your 50 GOODBUX if you entered “Teapot Obstacle Prevailer” to me. Keep in mind that a shortened version like “Teapot Obby Prevailer” did not count. Sorry!

We hope to see more folks participating in cool events in the near future. We’ve got so much content planned for the summer, so if you’ve got a moment to stick around and check out what we’re doing, this summer is the right time to do that! Some special videos about the entire event will come out soon and will be available on our Youtube Channel for those to watch and enjoy. Special videos by Jiquor will be available as well – check out his YouTube channel.
Special shout-out to Dayren2 for their epic posts in regards to Clockwork’s Wrath. Read it here.

~ Jiquor
GoodBlox Creative Director

June 4th 2020

The Chosen One

Clockwork has done so many things to the GoodBlox foundation. He’s made us a fake version of Finobe. He broke some of our clothing. He slayed folks with the legendary Teapot Turret. What’s worse is that he hijacked Jiquor’s account to use his powers for evil instead of for good. During his rampage, he didn’t just change small things onsite, but he uploaded very creepy assets that would look as if they’d belong in a horror game. What are the chances those assets actually exist? Just today, it seems that he had changed GoodBlox back to normal.

…Or so we thought.

It seems that everything is of relation to clockwork on the GoodBlox website. The banner, the logo, and many of the buttons have been changed AGAIN. Some messages say things like this: CLOCKWORK is Free! How eerie is that?!

One GoodBlox User, regen, somehow managed to get their hands on The Nethack Man Pages. They solved some sort of puzzle that had led to them obtaining the book, and now they are deemed the chosen one to save us all from total catastrophe. Just today at the Parade, he and other users had completed a very strange obstacle course with moving Teapots, climbing structures, and even rolling spheres! Regen, the fate of GoodBlox rests in your hands. This is a different kind of war now.

However, I have found a secret backdoor that allows me to get back into my account. However, I won’t use it until clockwork pays more attention to the parade instead of the website. If I can just flip a switch in my profile that allows me to regain control while keeping intruders like clockwork out, I will be able to help restore the website to former glory. I discovered something last night as well.

UPDATE: Clockwork paid attention to the parade, and I got back in like I hoped I would. I would also like to thank Regen, because I wouldn’t have been able to completely prevent this corrupted version of clockwork from accessing my account again if it weren’t for him completing the obstacle course. With this, I was able to revert my profile and the catalog back to normal, but for some odd reason, I was not able to remove these items. Oh well, I guess we’ll just turn them into Jiquor’s special assets – which are the first two GoodBlox Administrator’s special items evar.

The parade is open now, but I warn those who are joining that clockwork might seek vengeance within the first few hours of the parade being live. I’ve also gotten word that a new rock is on the way, but of relation to what? Zangoose and letic86 are working on the item in the background. I’m sure we’ll find out what it is in the future.

Let’s fight for the greater good, people.

June 4th 2020

A Different Kind of War

[9:02 PM]
This just in: Clockwork hijacked my account!!

In the background, I was secretly working on another Teapot Turret, designed to be much more powerful than Clockwork’s himself. With this Turret, I was planning to end this war entirely. But now, he managed to find out my secret plans to rid of him forever. Now, he’s hijacked my account.

He’s deleted my Teapots, changed the announcement, changed my profile, posted weird stuff on-site, and…OH MY GOSH, what could happen next?! He even has my administrative privileges…I fear for the future of the site with clockwork’s destructive behavior.

He had also created various ominous hats that were published by my account. They’re extremely eerie and I do not know what to do with them once I get my account back.

The only hope left to stop clockwork from his destructiveness is to defeat him with a book created by Telamon, as evident from Mt. GOODBLOX. Avenge me, everyone! Together, we will stop clockwork. But for now…lock your doors, hide your Teapots, and hide your levels, because he’s coming for you…

I cannot do anything to stop him any further. He’s managed to get through my barriers, and now he has my account…

May 31st 2020

Finobe – We’re Clockwork

A new blank white banner appeared on-site in the early hours of May 31st, 2020. I was going to delete it, but then the text said something about Telamon‘s “easy to read four point font with 1,200 page” book, titled The Nethack Man Pages, as discovered by some users across GoodBlox. With this, I decided to leave the announcement up to see where that would take the community. Some users even discovered a hidden secret.

The mountain was updated. Telamon’s book was updated. The banner changed, yet again. KJF’s avatar is not looking too healthy – what’s with all the lines on his avatar?!

Worst of all, it seems that Clockwork had done the unthinkable – but what I could only describe as “the worst that’s yet to come” in the general chat rooms on our Discord server.
It seems that we have become Finobe. Could Clockwork’s corruption be coming from there?

Like clockwork, only time will tell for what’s going to happen next. But this book could be our last hope to save GoodBloxia from total catastrophe…

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