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1. Ebbe Altberg has said that Second Life will remain for 'years'. My feeling is that Sansar is going to be so different from Second Life that it is designed for a different audience.

2. Linden Lab has not said anything about removing mainland in Second Life. You will hear different people speculating different things. My feeling is that since 'Region Idling' was successfully implemented, Linden Lab has little motivation to destroy empty mainland. Empty, unused sims sort of run in "economy mode" on the server.

3. If you want to buy abandoned mainland that is marked "Not for sale", put a support ticket in describing the exact location you want to buy. You can ask to have a large abandoned area cut into smaller parcels if you want. There is no guarantee, but usually Linden Lab will either sell the land to you individually, or put the land up for auction. See:  https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Abandoned-land/ta-p/846143
https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Buying-land/ta-p/700043
http://usd.auctions.secondlife.com/

http://usd.auctions.secondlife.com/lin/auction/auction/list/

4. The price of land in Second Life varies greatly, depending on location and on who currently owns it. You can sell your land for whatever price you think someone else will pay. Price varies from about 0.5 Linden / m2 up to anything. See the mainland Linden dollar auction page.

5. If you buy land in the same sim, it will share land impacts (prim allowances) with your existing parcel. Meaing you can use up all the combined land impacts on your existing parcel if you leave the new one you buy in the same sim empty. Allowed land impacts (prim counts) go according to total square meters you own in a sim.

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1. Ebbe Altberg has said that Second Life will remain for 'years'. My feeling is that Sansar is going to be so different from Second Life that it is designed for a different audience.

2. Linden Lab has not said anything about removing mainland in Second Life. You will hear different people speculating different things. My feeling is that since 'Region Idling' was successfully implemented, Linden Lab has little motivation to destroy empty mainland. Empty, unused sims sort of run in "economy mode" on the server.

3. If you want to buy abandoned mainland that is marked "Not for sale", put a support ticket in describing the exact location you want to buy. You can ask to have a large abandoned area cut into smaller parcels if you want. There is no guarantee, but usually Linden Lab will either sell the land to you individually, or put the land up for auction. See:  https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Abandoned-land/ta-p/846143
https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Buying-land/ta-p/700043
http://usd.auctions.secondlife.com/

http://usd.auctions.secondlife.com/lin/auction/auction/list/

4. The price of land in Second Life varies greatly, depending on location and on who currently owns it. You can sell your land for whatever price you think someone else will pay. Price varies from about 0.5 Linden / m2 up to anything. See the mainland Linden dollar auction page.

5. If you buy land in the same sim, it will share land impacts (prim allowances) with your existing parcel. Meaing you can use up all the combined land impacts on your existing parcel if you leave the new one you buy in the same sim empty. Allowed land impacts (prim counts) go according to total square meters you own in a sim.

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