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Design question

#1Drizzy_DrizakePosted 6/30/2013 6:00:27 PM
So I was making a big design I wanted to spread across the ground and it is taking me more than just the 10 slots for designs it gives you. I then realized that when you replace one of those designs whatever was on the ground gets instantly replaced by the new design that takes its slot. So is there any way around this or is it going to be impossible for me to finish this?
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#2Zaira-WolfePosted 6/30/2013 6:03:26 PM
Drizzy_Drizake posted...
So I was making a big design I wanted to spread across the ground and it is taking me more than just the 10 slots for designs it gives you. I then realized that when you replace one of those designs whatever was on the ground gets instantly replaced by the new design that takes its slot. So is there any way around this or is it going to be impossible for me to finish this?


One alternative that I've seen others use is to make alternate characters, and utilize their design slots. You can have 1 mayor and 3 player villagers in your town at a time, giving a total of 40 available slots. I'm not sure if it will work, but you might also try saving the design in the able sisters by talking to the blue one, Mable I think.
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#3YaezakuraPosted 6/30/2013 6:03:40 PM
Make alternate characters and have them hold/place the designs.
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#4Drizzy_Drizake(Topic Creator)Posted 6/30/2013 6:04:38 PM
Zaira-Wolfe posted...

One alternative that I've seen others use is to make alternate characters, and utilize their design slots. You can have 1 mayor and 3 player villagers in your town at a time, giving a total of 40 available slots.


Ok thanks I'll try that
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