There are many ways to decorate Animal Crossing: New Horizons Island. Nintendo has helpfully provided players with hundreds of items: everyday items, such as TVs and refrigerators, to more adventurous collectibles, such as giant robots. These can be purchased or traded with Animal Crossing Bells. Microwave ovens and fitness equipment are wonderful items that improve the quality of life, but these are not the most precious items of New Vision. Sometimes, the most desirable items are those that are out of reach. It's like Huff's fence.
New Horizons' hippie dog Harvey lives alone on an island called Photopia. Most of his islands are inaccessible. These are all enclosed by objects called "Harv’s fence", and the only thing left is his slash photo studio.
The fence looks simple; it is made of branches. If it is a useful item in New Horizons, it might be ignored by me. But this is not. It is illegal. Technically, this is an item in the game, but it is not assigned to the player. It feels like everyone wants to surround the wall: whenever I see a post with "em" on social media, it must be the first to comment. A Twitter user joked: "Fortunately, players are only interested in illegal fences, not fake illegal houses."
The modifier can access Harvey's fence by modifying the code to change the state of the item. Then, these hackers copy the fence stack and pass them to the community through transactions. I have seen a lot of Harv fence giveaways appear on the New Horizons black market. You don't need to have a modified Nintendo Switch to get these items, but the invaded items are always at risk. The opposite of these hackers is that Nook miles Ticket is a 100% secure website, where you can purchase the currency and equipment that you need without any risk. Legally and reasonably complete your Animal Crossing is the most complete.