We are part of the United Armies:
https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/28161097/projects/ join the Ua today.
/!\ ~ IMPORTANT: (read)
We have signed with the lemons and have created a new army. If you were comrade of our previous army you have been granted the same level in this new army, click link to enlist. https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/27723855/ comment "lime agent" and I will add you.
Welcome to the Lime army. This is where we go in case our Fruit empire falls.
~ LISA division ( intelligence ): https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/27716348/
~ The puppy army: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/27722835/
~ Turtle Army!: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/27591658/
We are right now have defeated the Lemons and @LemonFlavour. And good news! We are going to make a peace treaty with them! And it is confirmed! They have agreed!
We will move as limes to the new studio where we will be more active as a community with the lemons.
~ Follow @LimeFlavour to be a curator in this Fruit studio.
- To be the greatest Fruit/Citrus army in Scratch!
- You can add your own projects.
- You can self-advertise as long as it is appropriate.
- You can F-4-F. But if the other person says no, you respect that decision.
- If you are manager, do not change the logo or the studio title. It is only allowed to be changed by generals.
- Have fun and talk to your fellow Lime Curators/Managers!
The GOLDEN RULE:
If you are a Curator/Manager of Lime Army, you are not allowed to be in any other Fruit armies that are not alliance with Lime Army as of yet unless given permission. Warning: you will be kicked by a manager if this happens!!
TO BE PROMOTED TO MANAGER:
- Just ask!
-Must have a lime dedicated pfp
BUT RULE: DO NOT CHANGE DESCRIPTION OR LOGO OR TITLE. It should always stay as Lime Army and the description should always stay the same.
Lemons, scientifically known as Citrus limon, originate from limes, Citrus aurantifolia. They were originally developed as a two-step hybrid, first between the lime and the citron in India and Pakistan, and the second (lime with pummelo) in the Middle East. ... Lemons, unlike limes, do not grow as well in the tropics.