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The Idea Seeker Digital Newspaper   June 26, 2008 - Issue #46  
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About an Idea Seeker - Princess Kimma

Kimma, thanks for talking to the Monitor today. We're very interested in your father's decision to limit the number of Team Fans on each Team. Can you tell us more about it?

Of course! My father, King Daveau, wants all Idea Seekers and Allies to work hard at developing the skills that make their Roles so important. He was concerned that with so many Team Fans on only a few Teams, some of the Fans might be getting ignored or lost in the shuffle! It's important that every Ally contribute and train to develop their skills and learn as much as they can about being energy efficient and saving the planet.

Speaking of which, how do you feel about Sloth Cloud being on the move again?

Whenever we find out that one of the Clouds of Chaos is up to no good, it's cause for concern. But I know that the Idea Seekers and Allies have been working hard and they're ready for this challenge. All it takes is reminding people to turn off the lights whenever they leave a room, or close the heating vents in rooms that aren't being used. Thanks to the Training Missions, we know that every little bit helps, and remembering to take the time to do little things like turning off lights when you leave a room goes a long way!

Do you have any words of advice for anyone planning to use their training to fight Sloth Cloud?

Power up your Persistence Plant Babies! Persistence is the most effective tool against Sloth Cloud because it reminds us to finish the jobs we start! Don't give up when a Warrior Drone tells you it's "too much work" to shut off their lights-just keep reminding them until they understand! It can be very frustrating, but a little Persistence goes a long way!

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