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  • Landscape
  • Landscape
  • Landscape
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  • Landscape is a piece of scenery found on some walls. There is no way to interact with it other than to examine it. File:Landscape.png
  • Landscape est le vingt deuxième ending de l'anime Fairy Tail à partir de l'Épisode 266. Il est interprété par SOLIDEMO
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Landscape]] landschap, from land + -schap (“‘-ship’”).
  • A landscape comprises the visible features of an area of land, including physical elements such as landforms, living elements of flora and fauna, abstract elements such as lighting and weather conditions, and human elements, for instance human activity or the built environment.
  • Landscape is the twenty-second of the Fairy Tail anime; it is performed by SOLIDEMO. This ending features Mavis Vermilion and Zera.
  • A landscape is the shape of a stage in Stick Ranger. When used with a tileset, a whole level can be recreated.
  • Landscapes can be bought from the Market through the Decorations category in the Landscaping tab, or through the Farm Aides category. All landscapes can be bought for 1,000 coins and will give 10 XP. These Landscapes will change the appearance of a farmer's farm land. On August 16th, 2011, Zynga released new Landscape Packages into the Market with a "themed horizon" and each farmer's current landscape had the "themed horizon" added, however, if farmers want to change to a new landscape horizon, it will cost them
  • Landscapes are open-world mission environments that take place in vast, expansive maps several square kilometers in area, on which players can freely roam and explore. Unlike the traditional Tilesets, Landscapes do not use procedurally-generated segments, but instead use large, seamless fixed environments, on which players can encounter random enemy spawns, mission objectives, hidden quests, and other objects of interest. Each Landscape will have a central town that acts as a player hub, which can support up to 50 players on a shared server, and players can exit the town in the traditional 1 - 4 man squads to explore the vast area outside.
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Album
Name
  • Landscape
Type
  • Ending
Romaji
  • Landscape
Groupe
BoFIV
  • Yes
Premier Episode
Dernier Episode
  • N/A
Ending Episode
Starting Episode
song number
  • 22
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Kanji
  • Landscape
  • Landscape
Music
  • 300
Numéro
  • 22
Nom
  • Landscape
Next Song
  • TBA
Band
  • SOLIDEMO
Released
  • 2000
NEXT
English
  • Landscape
Previous Song
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  • Landscape is a piece of scenery found on some walls. There is no way to interact with it other than to examine it. File:Landscape.png
  • Landscape est le vingt deuxième ending de l'anime Fairy Tail à partir de l'Épisode 266. Il est interprété par SOLIDEMO
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Landscape]] landschap, from land + -schap (“‘-ship’”).
  • A landscape comprises the visible features of an area of land, including physical elements such as landforms, living elements of flora and fauna, abstract elements such as lighting and weather conditions, and human elements, for instance human activity or the built environment.
  • Landscape is the twenty-second of the Fairy Tail anime; it is performed by SOLIDEMO. This ending features Mavis Vermilion and Zera.
  • A landscape is the shape of a stage in Stick Ranger. When used with a tileset, a whole level can be recreated.
  • Landscapes are open-world mission environments that take place in vast, expansive maps several square kilometers in area, on which players can freely roam and explore. Unlike the traditional Tilesets, Landscapes do not use procedurally-generated segments, but instead use large, seamless fixed environments, on which players can encounter random enemy spawns, mission objectives, hidden quests, and other objects of interest. Each Landscape will have a central town that acts as a player hub, which can support up to 50 players on a shared server, and players can exit the town in the traditional 1 - 4 man squads to explore the vast area outside. The first of the Landscapes will be introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update in the future.
  • Landscapes can be bought from the Market through the Decorations category in the Landscaping tab, or through the Farm Aides category. All landscapes can be bought for 1,000 coins and will give 10 XP. These Landscapes will change the appearance of a farmer's farm land. On August 16th, 2011, Zynga released new Landscape Packages into the Market with a "themed horizon" and each farmer's current landscape had the "themed horizon" added, however, if farmers want to change to a new landscape horizon, it will cost them
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