The sibilant sound reverberated around the bayou, licking over leaves and Phyllomedusa alike.
It hadn’t been long since the mists had cleared, well, mostly cleared. Patches lingered here and there, as things were wont to do. Strands of spanish moss clung to branch and rigging; giving foot, toe and claw holds to all manner of creatures making their way through an environment never clear, never obviously dangerous or benign.
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Greetings Fairelanders! Duchess here with some fantasy fashions that are available at Fantasy Faire 2019! My fae-ful friend, Kynne, joined me on the mystical sim, Light of Va’loth, that was designed and built by one of our favorite Second Life builders, Kilik Lekvoda of Titans and Solarium! Light of Va’loth is bathed in sweet hazy hues of amethyst and lit with brilliant rays of light emitted from the treasured Lady of Light. The stone structures are enveloped in tangled vines, shaded by ancient trees and relaxed by the sounds of the cascading waterfalls and babbling brooks. The sim is breathtaking and enticing and worth every second of your visit.
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In Severina it rained all the time. Dark clouds were a constant presence, scudding across the sky with the briefest glimpses of moonlight piercing their depths to illuminate the ground below. In this unique ecosystem, in the dark and the dank, strange beings flourished. It was one of these strange beings that Calle was hunting now…
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