Welcome to August, the hottest and most boring month on my side of the world. While kids are dreading heading back into the prisons they call school, summer is generally winding down. To spice up the last month, I guess I'll be giving out a few prizes. In my bio, I have an oddly worded section. Figure out the quirk and get 500 clintz! For minimal work you can quite possibly earn minimal prizes! But don't worry, I'll keep creating more pieces of the contest as long as Agust lasts.
It's offical, Tagahanga is correct. I'm surprised it was as hard as it ended up being, but the next part will be much harder XD
Why? Because I will not be around to give hints, and the problem will be harder as well. I'll give a post up here when it's ready, and the hint will be in my bio as well as on here. The answer was valvesoftware.com, the three hints being-
The picture I linked to on my site was referencing Steam, a gaming platform developed by Valve. As stated on the website, I love TF2, which is developed by Valve. In case you didn't get that, the PandoraBot that my site linked to explained they were both made by Valve, and a simple jump of logic would bring you to Valve's site.
The final contest! Let's see who wants it. No prize, but it's worth it to see if you're smart enough to get it.
A famous cartoon published by United Media has a lazy character with the same name as the dungeon listed above. This character works with the main character, a rather pointy-haired boss, and a woman who is paid the highest in the department. Now the woman has the same name as a program that is used as a chatbot. The answer to this section is twofold, give me what the chatbot's name stands for, and the hair color of the chat bot.
The reason I haven't been on over the past week (with Thursday's exception) is as I have been up at the Golden Arrow Resort. If you google it and find the google map of it, there is a great street view. If you look at the resort and go to the right, there is very little that you can read on the shop signs, until you come to one that you can read. If you google the name of the store, the first link is not the link to that store. What is the first store location on the list? That is the answer.
Ready, set, go!