About time

1: Hurry up, 2! If we don't catch the train, we might miss the talent contest!

Numberblocks

Number animals

Alphablocks

Alpha ferrets

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About time

1: Hurry up, 2! If we don't catch the train, we might miss the talent contest!

(edited by ZachLevel1)

TTDOC, the TTDOC gallery, and one's character page are all showing up as about time on the popular pages. twelve day was a week ago why is there a twelve invasion

Link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1VWVVE18EOsEAZ9hU1d5LC_TIdg2Ehfnx

tbh for me the drive won't work without an account so that might be a limitation

everyone go on every article related to twelve. we can get them on the trending pages in time for the Twelve Days Of Christmas release. we can do this everyone!! tagged pages related to this post

how long is a second

how to use hours

how to use minutes

how long is a minute

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It would be for the older kids.

Also, since human eyes can’t interpret four dimensions, hyper cubes would just look like cubes.

Season 1 Episodes:

Exponent Bay (introduction exponents)

The Big Root (introduction to square roots)

One Half (introduction to fractions)

One Quarter (the fraction 1/4)

Decimal Dash (converting fractions to decimals)

Radical Route (introduction to square roots of numberblocks that aren’t square, 1.41, 1.73, and 2.23 will be introduced)

Many, Many Pies (introduction to pi, Pi and Tau will be introduced)

One Third (the fraction 1/3)

Algebra Alley (introduction to basic algebra)

Polynominal Path (introduction to polynominals)

Fraction Fun (the fractions 1/5 - 1/10)

Multi-Digit Multiples (introduction to multi-digit multiplcation, the products are figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

Big Numbers (the numbers Googol and Googolplex, this is the first time a numberblock’s numberling is an exponent)

Operation Mixup (introduction to the parentheses [()])

Summation Summit (introduction to the summation sign (*insert sigma here*)

Season 2 Episodes:

Mix it up! (introduction to mixed numbers)

More Illions In Stock (the numbers 1 trillion, 1 quadrillion, and 1 quintillion)

Infinity (the number Infinity)

Sub-Zero (introduction to negative numbers, -1 to -5 will appear)

Rational Rockets (introduction to rational and irrational numbers)

The 4D Dimension (introduction to 4D hyper cubes)

Super Cuboids (introduction to 3D super rectangles [aka super cuboids])

Fibonacci Fun (the Fibonacci sequence, 34 is figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

Super Big Squares (more squares, 121, 144, 169, 196, and 225 are figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

One Hundreth (the fraction 1/100)

Doubler! (powers of two, 128 and 256 are figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

Factorized Findings (introduction to prime factors)

Binaryland (proper introduction to binary)

Binary Fractions (introduction to fractions in binary)

Golden Ratio (the golden ratio)

Season 3:

Episodes coming soon! (not an episode)

Specials:

Base Masters (octal and dozenal) (part of season 2, 10 minutes long)

Halfing On (powers of half to 1/128) (10 minutes long)

(edited by FireArrowNewer)

One: 1x1

Two: 1x2

Three: 1x3

Four: 2x2

Five: 1x5

Six: 2x3

Seven: 1x7

Eight: 2x4

Nine: 3x3

Ten: 2x5

Eleven: 2x5+<1x1(‘UR)>

Twelve: 3x4

Thirteen: 2x5+<“2ΣR?>

Fourteen: 2x7

Fifteen: 5Σ;

Sixteen: 4x4

More coming soon!

Canon:

Magic Mirror

This mirror clones numberblocks!

Fanmade:

Multiplication Machine

This machine will multiply numberblocks by the number typed in if a Numberblock goes through the left, while if a numberblock goes through the right, it divides the Numberblock!

Rooter

This remote only has one button, and that button shoots a laser ray at a Numberblock when pressed! The laser ray turns a Numberblock their square root counterparts! (Example: If 64 was shot by the laser, she would turn into 8)

Flipper

This machine flips a Numberblock (change it’s sign, so if One was flipped, she would become Negative One, and vice-versa). Zero is the only Numberblock not effected by this.

I made the vectorized Numberland, and I already have 1 and 2 vectorized!

Omega

Numberling: ω

He is infinite. Numbers bigger than him are noted with ω+n, ω*n, or ω^n

(edited by FireArrowNewer)