|Release date||2 April 2007 (Update)|
|End date||18 April 2007 (Update)|
|Head developer||Nancy J|
|Preceded by||2006 Easter event (2006)|
|Succeeded by||2008 Easter event (2008)|
StartingEditchocolate kebbits, and not rabbits. It has always been in the kebbits' nature to scamper about and roam the countryside - as any hunter will testify - so they swiftly escaped. It is now up to you to return them to the Easter Rabbit in time for delivery!
Catching the kebbitsEdit
Your first task is to retrieve 10 of the chocolate kebbits for the Easter Bunny. This may seem an easy task - the kebbits are not of the dashing, dark or spotted kind - but they have managed to worm their way into the crannies of the subterranean complex below the Easter Bunny. The first task, then, is to climb down the rabbit hole by the Easter Bunny and grab 10 of the kebbits that are down here.
When you have 10 of them, make your way to the kebbit chute and rabbit-imprinted door, north of the entrance to the caves. 'Use' the 10 kebbits on the chute, go through the door and ready yourself for a new task...
Bowling...EditInside, players saw four ramps and a caved in centre with many chocolate kebbits running around the centre, along with a pile of eggs beside every ramp. Players were required to use the eggs as bowling balls.
To bowl at the kebbits, first take some eggs from the bundles by each ramp. Once you have an adequate stock, stand atop the ramp, direct yourself toward the kebbits, wait for the right moment and then bowl! Watch as your egg rolls into the pen, and collect any enchanted chocolate chunks that you manage to create. Ten of these kebbits had to be crushed, converting them into chocolate chunks.
Obtaining the Rabbit mouldEdit
The bunny wants you to do a final task: obtain a rabbit mould.Players were given a magic egg from the Easter Bunny to enter a small hole where they had to finish his second task. Players had to stand beside the small hole and eat the magic egg, causing them to transform into a small rabbit, which they would remain as until they left the cavern the hole contained.
Once in the hole, players were surrounded by many rabbit holes which, when dug into, caused them to pop out in a cabbage patch owned by a farmer named Nigel. Nigel would supervise his patch and when he saw a rabbit, he would hit it on the head with his shovel, causing them to fall back into the hole. Of the many holes in the cavern, one of them lead to the rabbit mould, the item the Easter Bunny sent players to receive. Once players had found the correct hole and received the rabbit mould, they could go back to the Easter Bunny to get even more rewards!
If the Flap emote has been unlocked from the Stronghold of Security, when wearing all the pieces of the set, players can do an improved Flap emote, where their avatar lifts off the ground slightly as if flying.
The Bunny-hop emote is also unlocked if it has not been unlocked in a previous Easter event.
- The examine text of a magic egg is "Let's just see how deep the rabbit hole goes." This is a direct reference to the story "Alice in Wonderland" where Alice follows a rabbit down a hole to reach Wonderland, and also possibly a reference to the Matrix, in which Morpheus says nearly the exact same thing.
- One of the examine texts of the eggs in the bowling area is "Be vewy, vewy quiet.", a reference to the character Elmer Fudd.
2007 Easter event