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Question-whiteThis cowgirl who shows up and freezes all my movement????

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by Francie Gridling Enman - Feb 24, 2014 Star_s98 views

What is with this cowgirl who shows up on my farm, does nothing but stand next to me and make it so I can't move? I have to shut down and reload to get rid of her. Who or what is she and why does she always come to my place? Any way I can stop this as it really is frustrating. Thanks

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Elizabeth - Thank-you, Thank-you, Thank-you :-D

Francie - maybe you could get a screenshot? That might help identify her.

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@ Francie Gridling Enman - Hun well if its not Marie then I'm not sure, sorry! Marie is the only Cowgirl who comes on my farm, and she always freezes it. Maybe you could contact Zynga about it. Does she happen daily, or only once in a while? Also does she look like any of your friends avatars. I ask because maybe one is visiting you at the same time you are working you farm and something happens that causes it to freeze. When I get friends who visited and congratulated me on the county fair it leaves a person there and they do just stay there until you click on them. However they don't usually freeze the game and I only notice them after I've reloaded never when I'm playing. Wish I could help more because I know how annoying it was to have the whole game freeze while in the middle of something ; )

@ Alan Attebery - So glad I could help you. It was super annoying until I figured out what was stopping Marie from completing her quest! I almost contacted Zynga until I noticed that the animals couldn't get to me and that when I wasn't behind the fence they had not problem getting to me and spreading speed feed joy!

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@Elizabeth Gibbs - Although your comment didn't answer Francis' question, it did answer mine. I was about to unload a can of whoop ass on Zynga about it. Now I konw what to do next time it happens. 100 GU! Coins for you.

@Francie Gridling Enman - Don't have an answer for you. That's not something I have ever seen or heard about before.

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Thank you Elizabeth for the explanation....I do get 'Marie' when my animals level up, but this cow girl is different....sometimes I'm planting, feeding or tending barns and suddenly I freeze and sure enough, there she is. She's not always beside me, but most often is. It's like she is checking out my farm.

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I had this problem too the cowgirl is Marie, the one who initially introduces you to the game. What she is supposed to be doing when she comes to your farm and freezes your game is giving you speed feed. She does this when you get a new ribbon for mastery of animals. When she comes to your farm she is usually bringing 3 animals with her of the kind you just earned a new mastery ribbon for.

Here is what is supposed to happen: Marie runs up next to you, and all of her animals that she brings do the same and then they shoot out speed feed. She then says something to you and you need to click on the thanks button and she then leaves.

Here is where I had my problem: I have a large number of fences. So only Marie can get up next to me and until I moved the fences and allowed the animals next to me too they pretty much made it impossible to do anything. It is really annoying but as soon as I see Marie now I have to wait for her animals to appear and move what ever fence or animal storage is blocking them from getting to me. I also have all of my prized animal storage in the same spot, along with my wells. So I have to move them sometimes too.

Next time she comes to your farm look around for the animals she brings with her and make sure there is nothing blocking there movement to be next to you.

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