Or rather, “Leafbook”. This green tablet, gifted to cat-eared King Evan in colour-gorged JRPG Ni No Kuni II, is a device that lets you follow the goings-on of your kingdom and beyond. Pirates post their photos, citizens share their paintings, and disasters are communicated across the world. It’s a toy website where you can “like” posts by giving them a little winky face, rather than a thumbs-up symbol. It's Facebook, essentially, except you can’t comment, invade people’s privacy, or use it to rig an election. It’s a fairytale social network where everyone is civil, even the baddies.
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