Where there’s a will (to cheat), there’s a way (to use cheats to functionally climb a real mountain in the Montana wilderness).
Recently, Pokémon Go The triumph story of player BootsMade4Walking was quickly cautioneda story. Yesterday on RedditThey posted a screenshot of a gym they’ve held for three and a half years – 1,332 days to be exact.
“Ninetales still strong, ”they wrote (via Dexter
Other gamers warned that spoofers – people who cheat to fake their venues – would enjoy the Poké-Pie BootsMade4Walking left on their Poké windowsill, and that is exactly what happened in the end. Not long after bathing themselves in fame, they changed positions to bring some bad news.
“Lol, a spoofer took it down,” they wrote. “Didn’t even have a name. You figured it out [out] from the picture. “
BootsMade4Walking needed secrecy out the window and went on to explain that the gym was nearby Blue Mountain Observatory
“The roads are closed for most of the year due to snow, so hiking is the only way to get there,” they wrote. “I was up there working on the fire tower next door when Lolo burned in 2017.”
Now the remote gym is owned by an idiot Redditor, but BootsMade4Walking doesn’t mind. They got what they went there for – which probably put out fires at the time, but eventually a very specific number.
“I have my 1,331 days which was my goal so I don’t mind,” they said, noting that is 1,331 days Pokémon Go Developer Niantic’s favorite number for related to a number of confused reasons Ingress, the first game that really put it on the map.
“Spoofers suck balls,” wrote BootsMade4Walking, “but I’m not going to post about them.”