Adventures & Games Clubs Traveling 

Home of the Super Heroes

Attracted by a live event announcement, I went to place that would rather be rated as male preserved perhaps, the name is «Aftermath IV – Metropolis National». The place is themed around life and works of super heroes, which becomes obvious immediately when arriving by train right in front of the “Wayne Enterprises” tower. The city and its surrounding surely give that gloomy Gotham City feeling, and I wasn’t quite sure, whether walking through the streets would be safer because of all the expected super heroes or less safe because of the need of their…

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Adventures & Games Traveling 

Journey Through Time – Don’t Feed the Prehistoric Dinosaurs

  We travel so much in Second Life, why not travel through time for a change. My little nephew would absolutely love it, if he had the chance to do what I could do in SL, jump into a wormhole and visit the dinosaurs alive. That’s exactly what «Prehistorica: The Dawn Kingdoms» offers. Once you arrive you have the chance to get yourself a dino avatar if you like. It’s a shop-like marketplace with many different scary animal avatars to choose from. I for myself decided to stay what I was: a…

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Adventures & Games Shopping 

Have You Met Torgon?

Charon’s Buddy There’s a stunning Halloween attraction above the skies of the Branagh’s Jazz Club. It goes under the headline of “Ride to Hell”, but fortunately you’ll be safely delivered at the earth station at the end of the ride – at least the nice people are, I’m not sure about you. It’s a roller coaster type of journey on a lava stream through various spooky and breath taking scenes, while Charon is steering your all too small and fragile boat. The travel feels like an eternity till you see sunlight again,…

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Adventures & Games Traveling 

Lost in Baycity

Don’t ask me how I got there, but I found myself stranded in a rather deserted city, in the middle of the night. I could have teleported away of course, but something fascinated me at first glance. One couldn’t call this sim a beautiful sim, in a romantic sense, but it has definitely its own charm and a lot of it. It would be very suitable for those who search for a good role play area. It has an harbor area  with its obdurate charm of an industrial working area, a unique cinema,…

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Adventures & Games Live Music Reviews 

It Was a Dark and Stormy Night …

  The Dafthouse Well, in fact it was not really dark, and it was rather rainy than stormy, when people gathered around at this little place on Bayou St. John, looking for shelter. And sometimes, when you expect it the least, you are surprised how things turn out. The clothes weren’t dry and the drinks not all served yet, when Nonah Reeves climbed the stage, and turned the evening into a beautiful event, full of romantic songs and a magic mood. Unfortunately I had to grab one of the last boats to…

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Adventures & Games 

Deadman’s Island

I’ve been to a haunted house in RL before. A friend took me there as a kind of surprise. Until then I had never heard about this kind of amusement, and it was a bizarre situation. I wasn’t sure what to expect. We were cuing up for about 45 minutes in front of the haunted house, and we heard the screams of the people who were in there. And outside horrible creatures were crawling all over the place. Since then I have a weakness for “haunted places” of all kinds. It’s…

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Adventures & Games Rumours & Stars 

The Library Closed on 15th Sep

Second Life is a little Alice’s Wonderland to me. And beneath clubbing and listening to live music, it’s these beautifully made strange sims who attract me: enchanting woods, ancient villages and empires, bizarre cities and landscapes … There is a lot to explore in Second Life. One of these beautiful places is closing on Thursday, September 15th unfortunately, «The Library». Although it’s just a small sim it has its unique charme, and I can only recommend you to visit it before it’s gone forever. 🙁 Second Life ist ein bisschen Alice’s…

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