Sunday, 21 September 2014

Grand Reopning of the Seraph Club

Seraph City closed down, but it has not entirely gone away. The same pull that brought me back to the sim is still there and even though I can't set up a sim myself, I can nourish a little part of it to continue.

High above the Old Time Prims sim along the shopping district, the Seraph Club now has a new home!

Saturday the 20th of September marks our Grand Reopening. Beginning with a live performance from Phi Mayo, followed by a selection of dance tunes, this night should not be missed.

Make sure your tux is pressed and your dress has had all its beads secured.

Swing into Style at the Seraph Club.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Innsmouth sim for Sale!

News this week that the long running H.P. Lovecraft themed sim Innsmouth, may have to close.

Darmin Darkes has sent out a note saying the sim will close in three weeks if a buyer cannot be found. And that's assuming the buyer wants to keep the sim as a Lovecraft sim.

Arriving in Innsmouth

You can stay overnight, but it's not recommended

It's mostly deserted

There are things on the short that may or may not be a little different

The streets are in ruin

Cars left were they were abandoned
A desolate playground

Mansions are in ruin

Even the railway line is down

Cthulhu has risen!

The Churches have odd statues

And even stranger temples

Some temples just shouldn't be ventured into

Two of the locals meet for a chat.

To be honest, the builds could use a little updating. Some deprimming and mesh. Change is a constant part of SL and many sims that I would have loved to see stay have disappeared over the years. I will be sad to see Innsmouth added to the list.

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Breakfast in Babbage: Back to School!

It's the time of year when parents rejoice, and children dread. You get to bore the pants of people with your tales of summer vacation, or possibly you have finally recovered from the injuries you sustained at summer camp.

Either way, join Edward Pearse for two hours of musical eclectism (is that a word?) covering the highs and lows of school.

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