Scribblenauts findings and fun words

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  1. shinelt
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    Hello, all let's share all our findings here about scribblenauts.
    I found very nice adjective:
    charming
    For example type in charming girl and put black knight, the knight will attack her, she will become a giant girl, and will be very strong, she dodges attacks.
    Also I tried medusa vs charming girl, medus made her petrified, and i took axe and attacked her, and bath with wings pop out

    Very nice looking things: type adjective strange
    Example : strange man
    Type in good maxwell , he will create various things, it'll help for ur vocabulary.

    Adjective Enormous makes bigger things than Giant
    Gargantuan > Enormous > Giant > Great
    Molecular makes smaller things than small


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    All are pleased to share their findings.
     
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    Adjectives by size:

    Molecular < Tiny < Small < Normal < Big < Huge < Enormous < Gargantuan

    Creative Maxwell creates some awesome items.

    For fun:
    Headless, Armless, Legless

    Ex: Armless boy (creepy [​IMG])
     
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    Gargantuan is bigger than enormous.
     
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    Wow, nice, thanks, do you have another good things to say ?
    BTW write nuclear boy, he will have various disorders
     
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