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Valentine’s Day Date for Binary Bard

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but we’re still reporting on two of the Valentines for Villains dates from earlier this week. As you know, we voted on a date for the Binary Bard (a.k.a. Mordred). As one of the most feared and powerful Poptropica Villains, he was having a tough time finding someone to take out on the big ... Read More »

Gretchen Grimlock and Sir Gawain Go on a Valentine’s Date

The second Valentines for Villains date happened on Monday night, on the eve of Valentine’s Day. We all voted to see who should accompany super-villain Gretchen Grimlock (your arch-nemesis from Cryptids Island) on a date and where they should go. You voted and decided that the lucky guy would be Sir Gawain from Astro-Knights Island and that they would be ... Read More »

Valentine’s Day Date for Captain Crawfish

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and we’ve already paired up three Poptropica Villains with dates. Director D will be taking Betty Jetty to the rooftop restaurant in the Poptropica Towers zone of Early Poptropica. Gretchen Grimlock with be enjoying a nice evening with Sir Gawain of Astro-Knights at the Diner in 24 Carrot Island. And two of the most dastardly ... Read More »

Valentine’s Day Date for the Binary Bard

OK, Cupids. We’ve successfully paired up two Poptropica villains on dates for Valentine’s Day. Director D is taking Betty Jetty to a romantic dinner on the rooftop restaurant in Early Poptropica, and Gretchen Grimlock will be taking the gallant Sir Gawain to the Diner in 24 Carrot Island. But there’s another lonely villain out there, desperately in need of some ... Read More »

Valentines for Villains

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and that got me to thinking about Poptropicans who don’t get much love. You know who I’m talking about: the Villains. Oh, sure, they get a lot of attention as we work to defeat them from realizing their nefarious and twisted plots to rule Poptropica. But the truth is, most of them are just lonely ... Read More »