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How do you get to the 3 islands on Blue?

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2010-04-19 00:01:06
2010-04-19 00:01:06

In blue, the 3 islands hav'nt even been invented yet.

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A glitch happened in blue version

here is the news: mylazysundays.com <---don't respawn to this website its disgusting.

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