Emil - Who is actually Emil?

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Posted by Tanja Cerro am

Today I'm going to introduce you to Emil, you'll occasionally see him in the item descriptions or in the menu. There he has an extra rider who is his fun adventures leads. So far we have published six slime adventure stories by different authors. Have you read them yet? I'd be really interested to know what you think of them and which slime story you like best. At the beginning we printed out the story as a PDF and put it in your slime packages, you could also download them. However, I think that too much paper in the package is often considered annoying, so we are currently only offering the stories online to read. If you are interested in being able to download and print them out again, please let me know.

Another new idea? - Emil's adventures, such a participatory thing

Emil's (which means Slime backwards) adventure - Antonio figured it out all by himself... Cheers! To this grandiose idea, Mr. Cerro!

The idea for Emil and his stories came (of course) from Tony. To be honest I found the idea useless and boring at first and I thought you felt the same way. I was also of the opinion that nobody would read the stories and that they would end up in the paper waste straight from the package... I would have found that a shame. Waste of time and waste of paper. Of course, Tony doesn't come up with ideas like this because he's too bored, but because he's looking for ways to create content. Pack keywords cool and grow our slime shop. Emil's Slime adventures not only breathe fresh air through slimeslime.de - it's also entertaining for young and old (the perfect length for a bedtime story, I think). ANYONE who is interested can participate. The imagination knows no limits. Main thing: it has to do with Slime :)

When Emil then took shape through our illustrator and I dealt more with the topic, included his character in the articles and in turn our Slime products were incorporated into his stories, I found him quite likeable :D The idea suddenly made sense and I liked this thread that was slowly starting to run through our site. Everything blended together and I thought that was great. 

Adventurous greetings from Uetze and see you soon, your Tanja




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