Thursday, November 6, 2014

Case Study No. 1657: Marcel

Habbo Bots crack me up...
Having fun at the Habbo Library :)
Tags: Marcel Gets Owned By Mem And Brad
Added: 5 years ago
From: Bradley1545
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[two players are sitting at the front desk of the Library, while the male librarian stands behind the counter]
MEM MACHINE: i smell bacon, can anyone else smell bacon? xD
MARCEL: Can I be helping any habbo?
TOONIFER: Marcel do you like bum fun?
TOONIFER: Do you live in a LIDL Trolley.
MARCEL: I am not understanding you.
MEM MACHINE: marcel, stupiddudewithbadhair says yes.
MARCEL: With an onion and a tomato, is every meal a feast.
MEM MACHINE: owneedddd once again xD
MARCEL: Eh, pardon?
TOONIFER: Marcel, is this library paying you to eat dog shit?
MEM MACHINE: marcel, do you enjoy eating dog bobba?
MARCEL: Turn your Bobba filter on and bad words are gone!
MEM MACHINE: is thatso?
TOONIFER: Marcel, do you have a pet parrot that is currently shoved up your asshole?
MEM MACHINE: does marcel's parrot enjoy the bobba?
TOONIFER: Marcel, does this library pay you?
MEM MACHINE: does marcel?
TOONIFER: Do they pay you for giving them a rimjob, Marcel?
TOONIFER: Do you understand your going to youtube Marcel?
MEM MACHINE: marcel, have you come out of the closet to your wife yet?
[another player enters and sits at the front desk]
MARCEL: Hello. What can I get you?
TOONIFER: Well say hello Marcel.
[the players say nothing]
MARCEL: Greetings.
[the players say nothing]
[the players say nothing]
MARCEL: Yes, what would you like?
[the players say nothing]
MARCEL: I am to visit London's tower soon.



Habbo (previously known as Habbo Hotel) is a website which combines elements of social networking services and multiplayer online role-playing games, and is aimed at teenagers. The website is owned and operated by Sulake Corporation. The service began in 2000 and has expanded to include 11 online communities (or "hotels"), with customers in over 150 countries. As of February 2011 over 203 million avatars have been registered. There are an average 18 million unique visitors monthly, and 100,000 avatars are being created every day.

Habbo's main feature is the "Hotel", and consists of a client made using Adobe Flash technologies. The Hotel can be accessed by logged-in users via the Habbo Homepage. When a user accesses the Hotel they are brought to a screen colloquially known as Hotel View. From this screen, members can contact one another via the Habbo Chat, which acts as the main form of communication throughout all areas of the Hotel, and use the Navigator to navigate their way to a chat room.

Public Rooms are rooms which are available to all members. They often depict scenes such as restaurants, cinemas, and dance clubs. Most Public Rooms contain automated robots which shout pre-recorded messages and can give members drinks and food items. Public rooms are designed by Sulake and are not customisable by users. Some public rooms contain team games such as BattleBall and SnowStorm. In BattleBall, teams try and capture as many squares as possible. SnowStorm is similar to a third-person shooter; players throw snowballs at each other to gain points. When Habbo updated to a new coding, these games were disabled due to not being compatible. Two public rooms contain pools in which the Wobble Squabble and Diving games are played. In Wobble Squabble, two players try to knock each other off "floaties" in a pool by pressing various button combinations. Diving is a single-player game where users can dive while performing tricks in-air; afterwards other users rate their dive.

In June 2011, most Official rooms were removed from the hotel. Bots are now much less commonly seen. The popular games BattleBall and SnowStorm were replaced with Freeze and Battle Banzai to coincide with the new Flash client. By buying certain furni, players can build their own rooms for other players to play these games. In December 2011, SnowStorm made a return to Habbo in the new Flash client.

Guest Rooms are special rooms which users can customise to endless lengths with Habbo Furni, wallpaper and floor patterns, and which can be purchased with credits. Users can also choose from a range of room templates that determine what shape the room is. Guest rooms can be created by any member and can be locked to allow access only to specific users or password holder. Many users create their own games in their guest rooms, which give furniture or coins as a prize. These rooms are categorized on the navigator in many categories such as "Trading", "Parties", and "Role Playing".



NOTE: Official rooms were discontinued by Habbo, so this page is considered historic.

The Library is an official Habbo room. This means it is always located on the navigator under the "Official" Tab.

The bot working in the Library is named Marcel.

The room description is - "There's nothing like a good book..."

In November 2011, the Library was briefly reopened for a poll. It closed again on 23 November making it the final official room to close.

There is a glitch in the library which allows the player to stand in the far left wall by walking along from the balcony.



Marcel is a NPC bot who operates the Library. He wears the messy HC hair and vest.

He serves the player mugs of Sumppi-Kuppi (a strong coffee) or juice upon request. He also claims to be married to a woman named Chloe ("I'm so excited to be married to Chloe!").

Other Quotes
* "We have many books here, too many to read in a thousand lifetimes."
* "Have those books back by the weekend!"
* "Letters from my family sustain me."
* "It is a good job here, but not rich."
* "English is the tongue of Shakespeare."
* "The closest we have is a strong coffee."
* "I miss fresh bread daily."
* "English always drinking tea ... all day!"
* "Busy busy, wish I could sit down!"
* "I asked Chloe to marry me!"
* "I love Chloe so much!"
* "Easy you ruffians, my hands are only two and I work all the time."
* "My teacher says I speak very fast English."
* "The mother of all is my star."
* "This country is so strange."
* "In reality it is a thermonuclear device. Read up on Row 5."
* "It is so cold in this backwater."
* "Not to be absolutely certain is, I think, one of the essential things in rationality."
* "Without rudeness, you are speaking like a mad person."
* "If one does not understand a person, one tends to regard him as a fool."
* "Have you lost your mind?"
* "Your sentence was confusing to me."
* "With luck, that's the last we'll hear of that."
* "Could you please elaborate on that?"
* "Whaddayamean?"
* "Could you be so kind as to repeat that previous sentence?"
* "I'm not 'getting' you."
* "Reading is fundamental" (motto)

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