Where is Homely Hills in Fortnite? How to find gnomes in the Chapter 2, Season 3 map

first_imgNo mo’ gnome problems for you.Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 3 is here with a twist. The map is almost completed covered with water, with rumors that the water level will diminish as the season goes on, revealing things that lay underneath the waterline. Where to find gnomes in Fortnite’s Homely HillsA player needs at least three gnomes to complete the challenge, and they all can be found in the northwest Homely Homes section of the map. A player needs just three to complete the challenge, but there are more in the surrounding area.Here are some of the known locations of the gnomes:One next to a rock outside of the yellow house on the east side of the area;One next to a tree near the road intersection just west of center in the area;One next to a grill outside the southwest-most red houseInside a select number of the houses. Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 3 map https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e8/f4/fortnite-chapter-2-season-3-map_yeurmke402691qfire82v3ojg.png?t=-1032020542&w=500&quality=80Homely Hills is located in the northwest section of the Fortnite Season 3 map, one of the few sections that isn’t underwater. One of the first challenges for Season 3 is to acquire several different garden gnomes, needing just three to complete the challenge. You’ll be able to find the gnomes in Homely Hills, one of the sections untouched by the rising waters.Getting there is easy, but the locations are a bit tricky. Here’s what you need to know and where you need to go to acquire some sweet garden gnomes to complete the challenge.MORE FORTNITE TIPS:How to find the carsHow to ride and loot sharksCatty Corner vault locationFortnite map Chapter 2, Season 3 (Epic Games)last_img read more

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Back to back! Simone Biles dominates on way to second straight US gymnastics title

first_imgHIGH ABOVE THE REST—Doing a full split 4-5 feet over the balance beam is world champion and already national champion Simome Biles during the second day senior women’s competition. (Photos by J.L. Martello)PITTSBURGH (AP)—Simone Biles hopped off the beam, cut her longtime coach Aimee Boorman a knowing look and went in for a relieved hug.Turns out nobody’s perfect, not even the best gymnast on the planet. Guess Biles will have to settle for being as close as the sport gets at the moment.The bubbly 17-year-old easily captured her second straight U.S. women’s gymnastics national title on Saturday night to set the stage for an even bigger title defense this fall.Biles posted a two-day total of 122.550, more than four points clear of Kyla Ross. She did it despite a late stumble on beam that never threatened her grip on the top of the podium but left her with something to work on heading into the world championships in China in six weeks.“I’ll think over and over again about beam,” Biles said.The rest of the world has a bigger problem: figuring out how to close the seemingly widening gap between Biles and everyone else.last_img read more

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