Gyroid Guide by Hi Mom
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Gyroid Guide
By Me

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Onto the guide

Guide History:
Version 1.0 - Guide finished

Table of Contents:
Intro (Gyr1)
How to get Gyroids (Gyr2)
What to do with Gyroids (Gyr3)
Gyroids (Gyr4)
Conclusion (Gyr5)

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Intro: (Gyr1)
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Hey everyone, this is me again, writing another guide. This time, it's about Gyroids. Not the one outside your house, but the
that go INSIDE your house. I'm sure you've all seen a neighbor with these. They are actually pretty cool. But how do you get
them? That's what I'm about to tell you.

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How to get Gyroids: (Gyr2)
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It's actually pretty simple. For those of you who read my Money Making Guide or Fossil Guide, this will be especially simple.
All you need is a shovel, which is 500 bells at Nook's. How simple was that? Now that you have your shovel, run around town
and look for little star shaped things. When you find one, dig on it to unearth something. You can get a Pitfall, a piece of
furniture, a fossil, or some form of Gyroid. Needless to say, this is about Gyroids. That's the process of getting Gyroids,
and I wouldn't consider it much of a process.

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What to do with Gyroids: (Gyr3)
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Now that you have your gyroid, what will you do with it? Will, there are 2 obvious options:
Sell it to Nook
Use it in your house.

Should you decide to sell it, you will get a 828 bell profit. Pretty nice for a single dig. How much more can I say?

If you decide to use it in your house, which many decide to do, the HRA will give you an aditional 821 points per gyroid. That's a nice boost for something so cool!

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Gyroids (Gyr4)
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Well, now that you've heard the basic ifo, I'll bet your wondering, what do they look like? How many are there? Well, there
are many different types of Gyroids. So, here they all are.

Alloids:
Mini Alloid
Mega Alloid
Tall Alloid

Bovoids:
Mega Bovoid
Tall Bovoid

Bowtoids:
Mini Bowtoid
Mega Bowtoid
Bowtoid
Tall Bowtoid

Buzzoids:
Mini Buzzoid
Mega Buzzoid
Buzzoid
Tall Buzzoid

Clankoids:
Mini Clankoid
Mega Clankoid
Clankoid
Tall Clankoid
Mini Croakoid
Mega Croakoid
Croakoid
Tall Croakoid

Dekkoids:
Mini Dekkoid
Mega Dekkoid
Dekkoid

Dingloids:
Wee Dingloid
Mini Dingloid
Mega Dingloid
Squat Dingloid
Dingloid
Tall Dingloid

Dinkoids:
Mini Dinkoid
Maga Dinkoid

Drilloids:
Mini Drilloid
Mega Drilloid
Drilloid
Tall Droploid

Echoids:
Mini Echoid
Mega Echoid
Tall Echoid

Fizzoids:
Mini Fizzoid
Mega Fizzoid

Freakoids:
Mini Freakoid
Mega Freakoid

Gargloids:
Mini Gargloid
Gargloid
Tall Gargloid

Gongoids:
Mini Gongoid
Mega Gongoid
Gongoid
Tall Gongoid

Harmonoids:
Mini Harmonoid
Mega Harmonoid
Harmonoid
Tall Harmonoid

Howloids:
Mini Howloid
Mega Howloid
Howloid

Lamentoids:
Mini Lamentoid
Mega Lamentoid
Lamentoid
Tall Lamentoid

Lullaboids:
Mini Lullaboid
Mega Lullaboid
Lullaboid
Tall Lullaboid

Metatoids:
Mini Metatoid
Metatoid

Nebuloids:
Mini Nebuloid
Mega Nebuloid
Squat Nebuloid
Nebuloid
Tall Nebuloid
Slim Nebuloid

Oboids:
Mega Oboid
Oboid
Tall Oboid

Oombloids:
Mini Oombloid
Mega Oombloid
Oombloid
Tall Oombloid

Percoloids:
Mega Percoloid
Tall Percoloid

Plinkoids:
Mini Plinkoid
Mega Plinkoid
Plinkoid

Poltergoids:
Mini Poltergoid
Mega Poltergoid
Poltergoid
Tall Poltergoid

Puffoids:
Mini Puffoid
Mega Puffoid
Tall Puffoid

Quazoids:
Mini Quazoid
Mega Quazoid
Quazoid
Tall Quazoid
Slim Quazoid

Rythmoids:
Mini Rythmoid
Rythmoid

Rustoids:
Mini Rustoid
Rustoid
Tall Rustoid

Sproids:
Mini Sproid
Mega Sproid
Sproid
Tall Sproid

Sputnoids:
Mini Sputnoid
Mega Sputnoid
Sputnoid
Tall Sputnoid

Squelchoids:
Mini Squelchoid
Mega Squelchoid
Squelchoid

Strumboids:
Mini Strumboid
Mega Strumboid
Strumboid
Tall Strumboid

Timpanoids:
Mini Timpanoid
Mega Timpanoid
Timpanoid
Tall Timpanoid

Tootoids:
Mini Tootoid
Mega Tootoid
Tootoid

Warbloids:
Mini Warbloid
Warbloid
Tall Warbloid

Dang, that's a ton!

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Conclusion (Gyr5)
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That's the amazing concept of Gyroids for you. Gyroids are an easy way to improve your HRA score, and are very fun to have.
Thank you for reading another one of my guides, and until next time, see ya!