Hidden in the fronds, watching the birds fly past, is a tiny little woodlands creature formed of magic and nature. With only one eye to focus on the world, this little one sees much, hidden in the undergrowth.Continue reading Faireland Transformations – Hidden Growth
A little goat, causing some fuss on the Fairelands Sim of Featherfall. How many of her sheep cousins have gone missing, only to find out they have been held hostage to create this town full of knitted wonders. Some great wizardry must be at work here. She has to admit tho, the flying yarn is rather amusing.Continue reading Faireland Transformations – Fluffy Friend
Yes, you read that right! BREAKING NEWS happened last night at the Literary Festival. Perhaps you already heard about it, but in case you didn’t do not forget: you read about it here first!
Saffia Widdershins interviewed Second Life Author and Machinimist Huckleberry Hax about his work, and his life as a purely digital identity as a writer and machinima maker. And we all know Saffia has a way of making people tell her all the things. And she did not disappoint!Continue reading Last night’s breaking news!
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who tread, and those who are trodden on. Given my size, you can probably guess which one I am.
No, not the tall blonde lady—I’ll get there in a minute. Down here!Continue reading Neo Chronicles of Adair: Valhalla
The first weekend of the Faire has passed, and our amazing crew of bloggers has been busy since the early access on Wednesday! This definitely shows both in Flickr and in Discord where we have #blogposts channels just for the purpose of bloggers linking their posts for everyone to see!
We also have a blogpost reporting form that creates a list of blog posts and reports which review copies and stores from Faire were featured in the pictures, you can find it here.
I could not resist picking a few of the shiny opening posts to share with you, but I encourage you to check the rest of them out, too! They are doing wondrous job!
Clau Dagger has managed to capture magic in this shot: the look, pose and lighting work together seamlessly to create a moment of spellcasting, conjuration, perhaps the very opening of the portal to the Fairelands.
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