Welcome to the Fairelands!

Fairelands Junction – picture by Alisaundra Andel.

Sponsored by Ruins of Xenark RP Community.

Fairelands Junction by Saiyge Lotus.
Fairelands Junction hosts portals to all the other sims as well as the Memorial Area. Do not rush out of the Junction, find your way through its paths in exploration!

Anansi – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by The NeoVictoria Project.

Anansi by Beq Janus & Polysail.
The Worldling Cradle — Faireland sim concept exhibition — takes place here, in the Flying Circus of Anansi.

Chaddul Ro – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by The Roawenwood.

Chaddul Ro  by Searlait Nitschke.
An outpost of the Orcs of Chal Khizzur, Chaddul Ro stands on the edge of their territory. In the center of the outpost there is a beacon, rising above upon a tower guarded day and night by the orcs. It stands for strength; it stands against anyone who would douse it, a symbol to be seen to guide those from outside the protective barriers and walls back home. For the survivors that seek refuge from battle. It is believed that as long as the fires of the outposts are kept lit that there is always hope, sanctuary to be found and that the tribe remains strong.

Dawn’s Promise – picture by Alisaundra Andel.

Sponsored by The Looking Glass.

Dawn’s Promise  by Marcus Inkpen & Sharni Azalee.
A secret place between times where the old becomes reborn into the new. Majestic crumbling ruins dissolve into a sea of glorious foliage. A place where the lost energies of the past are converted into new life. Springs of life-giving water overflow. Flower petals and creative energy float on the breeze. This is the space between the exhale and the inhale. Full of hope and promise.

Egregore – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by The Epic Toy Factory.

Egregore  by Mayah Parx.
A fantastical thoughtform of serene darkness immersed in light, a place where expected purpose is relative and surrealism casts it shadow across the land, inhabited by egregors this fantasical place is born of the collective phantasmagoria of its people.

Fallen Sands – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by Merchants of Dreams.

Fallen Sands by Sweetgwendoline Bailey & Eldowyn Inshan.
Steampunk in a desert landscape where the Orient and Arabia via for dominance. Exotic plants of alien origin turn the sands into an oasis of life where the turquoise water is the treasure of fountains and the infinite pearls of tan fall to mark the passge of time in this eternal city.

The Hill – picture by Alisaundra Andel.

Sponsored by Titans & Solarium.

The Hill  by Kilik Lekvoda.
A peaceful and beautiful village built into the rolling hills surrounding a small lake. Breathe in warmth, peace, and maybe a little pipe smoke, A place where friendships sprout as readily as the mushrooms beneath leafy green trees.

Kakushi Pasu – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by Sanctuary RP Community.

Kakushi Pasu by Lokii Violet.
The Literary Festival and the Silent Auction take place here. This is also where our beloved dragon-ship The FaireChylde is docked for the DJ parties.

Morbus – picture by Alisaundra Andel.


Morbus by Kilik Lekvoda & Kayle Matzerath.
The Fairelands Quest: The Bard Queen’s Song will feature its thrilling adventures in the dark lands of Morbus!

Mudrana – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by Dandelion Daydreams Factory.

Mudrana  by Alrunia Ahn & Luna Barak.
Everyone in Mudrana, the land of the lilypad, praises the godfrog – the legends tell that once the godfrog falls asleep, , the pond dries out, and everything dies. The frogs of Mudrana therefore croak and sing for their god to keep it awake to preserve the world from death.

Opal Flight – picture by Caitlin Tobias.


Opal Flight  by Haveit Neox & Lilia Artis.
Opal Flight, our arts and entertainment sim,  features the art galleries and the stage for the stunning dance and particle performances.

Raven’s Perch – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by Rivendale.

Raven’s Perch  by Kaelis Ember & lrriven.
A place of beauty and mystery, this is a land that was once grand but has now been lost to the passage of time. Nothing remains untouched by the wild chaos of nature. The shadow of what it once was adds an element of Fae grace and elegance to the shell of a formerly great city. Walk its rose choked avenues, explore its Gothic ruins, and unveil the mystery of its fall to ruin.

The Rose – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by Fallen Gods Inc.

The Rose  by Alia Baroque.
In the Garden of senses silent footsteps echo through rich vaults of opulence and decadence, searching for the perfect spot where a stolen kiss can be unseen and languid murderous thoughts hidden behind a mask. This Rose blossoms in April through your gaze that tells her how beautiful she is.

San Mora – picture by Alisaundra Andel.

Sponsored by DRD.

San Mora (Jaimy Hancroft/Eowyn Swords/Morbid Deceit)
Once the center of pharmaceutical greatness, San Mora is now a ruin of its former self. Quarantined at the outbreak of a deadly contagion of its own making, the population was left to survive the best they could. Without law and order the city descended into chaos. The fires have long since burned out, and the city is being reclaimed by a hostile Nature. But all that is silent is not necessarily empty. There are still those who roam among the ruins of San Mora.

The Spirit Pool – picture by Caitlin Tobias.

Sponsored by The Lost Unicorn Gallery.

The Spirit Pool  by Kayle Matzerath.
Since the beginning of time, The Spirit Pool has served as a resting place for weary adventurers and lingering souls that are not quite yet ready to cut their ties to the physical realm. Mermaids and other seafolk use the pool for gatherings and a constant flow of visitors keep it a popular place for trading.

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