The Marvelous Land of Oz has many of the same traditions for the holidays that we do. L. Frank Baum, famous to us as the Royal Historian of Oz, took time out from chronicling events in the Land of Oz to research and write The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus in 1902, and perhaps it was his friendship with Mr. Claus that resulted in Santa being one of the guests at Ozma's grand birthday party, discussed in The Road to Oz.
Santa Claus brings gifts to the good children of Oz, and just as in our world, they eagerly race to unwrap them on Christmas morning. There are darker aspects to Christmas in Oz, though, too, and scary consequences for the not-so-good children! Some traditions in our world echo this fate for those who are Naughty, and we've chosen to recognize both the Nice and the Naughty...
With the release of the 3.8 bunny update, we are continuing our tradition of a set of winter holiday bunnies available from gacha machines. Gachas, if you're curious, are like gumball machines: you pay a low price--L$50--and receive a random prize, available only for a limited time through these machines!
Gacha machines are set up at The Ozimals Bunny main store and at The Ozimals satellite store @ Shamrock Market. There are two machines at each location: one that gives only female bunnies, and one that gives only male bunnies. The machines will remain available to play until New Year's Day, January 1st, 2016--after that, these elite bunnies and their limited-edition genetics will not be available again.
Each machine contains seven elite bunnies: six common bunnies and one rare bunny. The male and female rares are different, but the common bunnies are available as both males and females.
All of the bunnies have unlocked ears and shades, meaning that these nests can produce any currently available shade or ear type, instead of the more limited options available to standard starter nests.
Each one of the six common styles has a chance of carrying a limited edition eye, specific to that style of bunny. The two rares are guaranteed to carry a limited edition eye--there are two eyes, specific to the male rare and the female rare. All of these eyes can be passed to the bunnies' descendants, but will not be available otherwise.