... completed the museum! In ANY version of Animal Crossing. I've played every one since GC and I've never completed the museum. I am hyper focused on finishing it on NH and will probably go back to NL for a bit since it's the darned scorpion and king salmon preventing me from completing that one.
Phew! That's a load off my chest.
Who would win in a fight, Indiana Jones or Han Solo?
I don't think i've ever completed my museum in Wild World OR New Leaf. Artwork is a monumental pain if you're looking to get them all. I think I had but a few fossils left away from completing that exhibit. But after going through an uncountable amount of fossils for I-forgot-how-long, I eventually gave up...
I don't think the latest game for me is going to be anywhere close to done, either.
If time is relative...does that make space a distant cousin?
It’s ok, it’s the same for me, too. I’ve been playing since 2006, and I’ve never completed the museum. I’ve never caught all of the bugs or fish in any game, but I’ve been making sure to catch every bug/fish that’s available each month in New Horizons.
You can’t always see the light at the end of the tunnel,
but if you keep moving, you will come to a better place.
I also haven't ever completed the museum, nor is that at all a priority for me. I donate everything that I find, but it's more a matter of seeing how much I can donate than trying to hit a specific number of donations.
I remember "giving up" on completing anything on New Leaf when I was extremely busy with school and work, and returned to see houses all over my paths and flowers. Wild World is still a game I occasionally return to, but more so to reminisce than complete my museum.
I definitely want New Horizons to be my first completion though!
Park Ranger at Patagatcha National Park
Keeping the peace for all critters and Animal Crossing villagers!
I have never successfully caught a tarantula or scorpion; my nerves always mess it up for me. I only ever completed the museum in GameCube, probably because bugs that attack you (aside from bees) aren't in that one.
"Poor little evil fella who asked for it."
-Dot Warner, 1993