|The easiest way to complete calendar goals for events is...
Cheating. Or being a moderator. Or both. Forget grinding, forget farming, forget trading, just log in, manipulate your stats, or have an admin do it for you if you can't and presto! You have completed your calendar goals and got your adventure points. Don't believe me? Well this seems to be exactly what a certain moderator has been doing for a long time. Let's look at some screenshots:
These are just from one event. Tell me how is it possible to complete a Vegetable Garden event with EXACTLY 40/40 peppers, 30/30 lemons, 20/20 fert and water, 10/10 bugs and rakes. You can see the stats when my cursor was hovering over them, I hid my cursor to show them clearly. These pics have not been altered beyond simply hiding the name and other personal information. And it is not just this event. I took screenshots of Christmas stats, Valentine's, Halloweeen, St. Patrick's, Wizards' Event... I could go on. Here is the Imgur album of them for you to browse: https://imgur.com/a/Br51CfC All of the stats exactly 20/20, 50/50, 100/100 and so on. That's not just suspicious. That's blatantly obvious that something fishy is going on. In many of these events it's almost impossible to keep your stats like that. Unless someone just went in the game's code and simply typed them. That's the easiest way to gather those sweet adventure points...
You see this #0010 next to the username? Yeah. That's the problem. This person got away with this through abuse of power, connections, or I don't know what. Anyone with eyes and at least some brains can see this is a way of cheating. I would be really happy to be proven wrong. I am not giving away the username here in public, I know this would get my post deleted within minutes, or hours. But I hope this scandal will not be buried by the TFM powers. This is a serious level of cheating and power abuse and if it is not, some explanation should be given, at least. And even if nothing happens and they pretend it's not there, at least I am exposing this to the community. You decide how you feel about all this.