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Egg Cave is quite the happening place! Visit our blog for the latest updates on everything new that we add to the site — new creatures, exciting worlds, account updates, and unique activities to do!

ASTEROID CRASH

June 14, 2010 at 2:22 PM 1060 Comments

The asteroid has impacted eastern Ark!

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Trade Center Updates

June 8, 2010 at 12:58 PM 970 Comments

The Trade Center was created so users can trade their creatures. "Not For Trade" trades and trades that ask for views, clicks, or feeds clutter up the Trade Center. :( These lots have been removed at the Trade Center.

As a reminder, creatures do not accumulate views when being viewed in the Trade Center. It's been this way since the start. :)

Additionally, there is now a Report Trade link on every lot's page. Please report any "Not For Trade" trades or trades that ask for views, clicks, or feeds.

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Science and Research Center Updates

June 3, 2010 at 8:24 PM 1080 Comments
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We have spotted a mysterious asteroid that is projected to impact Ark.

Site Downtime

May 29, 2010 at 1:29 PM 1345 Comments

You may have noticed that Egg Cave has been having random downtime. Rest assured that, if we go down, we will be back soon. We're currently working on upgrading our hardware and server power, so these types of things do not occur.

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Don't worry... I shall fix the problem with... with... my golden eyes!

First Calla Released

May 27, 2010 at 11:08 PM 869 Comments
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The first Calla has been released into the wild by the Science and Research Center in Ark City. Calla are now available for purchase for 100,000 EC from the Calla Reconstruction Labs at the Science and Research Center in Ark City.

We apologize for the delayed news update. At 5:00 pm (when this was supposed to be scheduled), Egg Cave was slammed with visitors that caused critical internal server issues that had to be resolved. Thanks!

Keep Egg Cave Clean

May 25, 2010 at 9:27 PM 1298 Comments

To keep Egg Cave blog posts and walls clean, please refrain from posting things such as "Here for views!" or "[e=1]Needs clicks[/e]" on Egg Cave. They are considered spam. :) Make sure that your posts are relevant and contribute to discussion. Thanks!

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The Feather That Changed It All

May 21, 2010 at 4:23 PM 1463 Comments
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To the residents of Ark City and all of the wonderful inhabitants of Ark: today is a day of historic proportions. Today is a day that, I believe, will never be topped so long as this beautiful island exists. I am here to announce that, with the help of the successful funding from thousands of Ark residents, we have genetically reconstructed a full, living Calla creature from the mysterious Feather that once puzzled us.

Today is not only a day where we can marvel at nature's wonders, but a day where we commemorate the gift of science and its power. Science is not simply an understanding of the world around us. Science is a tool we can use to advance good. However, we must recognize that science can also be abused and that we may overstep our bounds. The good that we advance with science today is the Calla: a creature that will add to Ark's biodiversity and human enjoyment.

For those of you who do not know, on November 11, 2009, the Science and Research Center discovered a mysterious Feather we believed may be linked to the Calla. After 500 million EC in graciously-given funding, we purchased the appropriate equipment to analyze this feather. Thankfully, our hunch was correct. Contained within the Feather are chromosomes and DNA that are extremely similar to both eagles and horses. After extracting this DNA from the feather and injecting this DNA into a living animal cell, it grew and grew into a full Calla that The Archives told us existed.

Calla are a majestic cross between an eagle and a horse. They are able to soar high to dangerous elevations; elevations where humans would normally die due to the scarcity of oxygen. Not only can they fly and transport humans by air from their eagle heritage, but they pack an extremely dangerous punch with their back hooves if an attack occurs. Calla are loyal only to the first human it lays its sight on.

The Science and Research Center have made 5 functional Calla. More can, and will, be made. This process, naturally, is extremely costly and expensive. Only the most privileged of Ark citizens will be able to afford to own a Calla.

Join us, Thursday, May 27, at 5:00 pm ECT for the release of the first Calla into the wild. You will see it in all of its splendor. After the release, Calla will be available for purchase at the Science and Research Center (for EC).

This Feather is magnificent. It's the Feather that changed it all.

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(not a Cash Shop item, available for EC)

Travel Week Concluded

May 18, 2010 at 10:27 PM 1129 Comments

Travel Release Week is now over. Thank you to all who participated in the event. We hope that you got your favorite Travel over the past week. :D

Unlike Creature Release Week, all of the Travels will be available forever. They are not limited edition.

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And to give you guys a something little extra, we still did another AMAZING TRAVEL RESTOCK at 10 pm ;D

The Travel Agency Event

May 17, 2010 at 4:51 PM 1147 Comments

Starting right NOW through 9:00 pm ECT tomorrow, at the top of ever hour, the Travel Agency will be restocking one of every single Travel, in addition to the normal restocks.

You'll have to be quick, because they'll go FAST!

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Sell, sell, sell!

The [e] tag

May 16, 2010 at 6:35 PM 728 Comments

You can now use the [e] tag around Egg Cave. The [e] tag will link to your egg's profile. Use [e=#EGGID#]anything here[/e] to link to your egg. This gains your egg clicks. Find your egg ID the respective egg profile URL.

Thanks to mairbear for suggesting this.

We've fixed the [t] tag too. Sorry we broke it. ;(

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