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Showing posts with label western theme role play. Show all posts
Showing posts with label western theme role play. Show all posts

Friday, September 6, 2013

Discovering Wild Texas Rose- Justice Brentley Reporting...

I am very excited that I found this place in Second Life called the Wild Texas Rose.  Entering into the sim for the first time, I  felt like time had turned back. The old western theme at the Wild Texas Rose has many things to offer, like horseback riding on the trails or right on into town.

While you are in the town, check out the saloon where you can ride the mechanical bull and horse while listening to all the greatest tunes from  DJ's.
 Wild Texas Rose has rooms for rent as if you were back in that era.  You and your partner can even ride in the carriage around town. 

You better watch the sky's though!  You never know when a tornado will blow through. With the storm animations all in motion, it brings some realistic weather effects to Second Life.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

The Wild, Wild West of Second Life (C) – Stareyes Galaxy’s Travel Report from Tombstone

Stareyes on prairie

Tombstone is a role-play estate set in the year 1899 that portrays an anachronistic recreation of the late 19th century boomtown atmosphere. 

Stareyes Galaxy took a coach journey there, to explore the Wild, Wild West of SL. This is her travel report. I set out with the task of reporting to our Readers the true state of the West.

 In many reports, what I felt a gross exaggeration; the dangers of the frontier are overplayed, and I felt someone needed to set the facts straight.

Landing at the welcome center, a greeter is there to welcome the casual visitor and take her through an orientation, upon which she will be able to enter the Tombstone proper. My greeter was an Apache woman, whom, after a first shock, I found very welcoming.

I decided to interview as many people as I could, to get a feel of the atmosphere, and how things are run in these parts. First, a rather liberally-dressed young woman, known as Frisco June, led me to Dutch Annie’s, a local establishment for questionable entertainment. She has been in Tombstone for two years.