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  1. After viewing several threads, including the Vanity Thread and the How long did it take you to be you thread, many keep the same skin and just upkeep it here and there with clothings and accessories. I am just wondering how many of you actually use different skins and shapes on the same avatar, or keep it one model-look per avatar? Personally I keep mine the same look, I will buy a different skin tone of the same skin model (my LAQ skins are of the same model but will range from fair to nougat)...Recently I bought an asian skin, completely different look on my current avatar.
  2. Thanks for the reply. I will visit the sim tonight and check it out.
  3. Hmmm fantasy... Cadair Braeden Shadera Thraldom
  4. Hi Nyx! I often see you present in Llorkh, but you are always underground or somewhere unreachable, anyway I will IM you a hello when I see in Llorkh again.
  5. Very interesting sim, may I ask what year is it taking place?
  6. Hi Pammymy: I can see where if English lanuage is not your primary language can put a damper on some things, especially in RP chat, or to invite english-speaking individuals to critique you. Sorry for the bad experience but SL is fun nonetheless. 1. I agree with Ishtara's advice that it could not hurt to expose yourself to more english comprehension by reading novels, book, any sort of written media to familiarize with english grammar. Or, instead of ruining your fun in RP sims, frequently visit chat rooms where you can chat without the use of the translator so you can build up the skills you need. 2. There are RP sims that do not use HUDs like CCS, DCS2, Spellfire, they are called non-metered RP sims, which will eliminate the need for a specific weapon or a certain minimum weapon. 3. Do a search under CCS or DCS2 or Spellfire when you look for RP sims, so that you do not need to fill your inventory with different HUDs. Other RP sims may also involve a titler (to put a title over your head) or to to have a dice roller HUD too. To keep it simplified, organize your inventory with folders listed by the SIM name. For example, a Roman sim I play in has a currency HUD and a dice roller HUD, a fantasy sim I play has a titler, and a combat one I have has DCS HUD. That is three folders I hope this helps and keeps you playing SL with a smile and not a frown.
  7. I know of Doomed Ship, it is one of the sims I frequent, and Necronom (not into that sort of thing). Yes, I am aware that there are many sims that do have fair and good GMs, and yes, sims are only as good as the people that admin it. Maybe we will meet sometime on one of the sims we play, have fun. Take care.
  8. Valid point, Nyx. I like Insilico, been playing it for a few months, maybe a bit laggy at times but so are many high-gloss and/or high population areas on SL. Would recommend it as a good sim but there is enough criticism on in this thread already to not say anything of it. The lack of "good" sims in this genre is due to existing sims needs to be altered to fit the needs, or new sims are needed to be created per the opinions and ideas of players. On the subject to alter existing sims to fit needs: Criticism is not always a constructive tool versus recieving suggestions. Not everyone takes criticism constructively. On subject to create new sims versus dealing with existing ones: cost money to make and upkeep one, critics have not offered to do it yet. Thanks again for the reply, Nyx, needed to explain myself a bit more.
  9. I agree with Eliza. I have this same bubblegum animation for my avatar. Makes a pretty sound and you change the color of the bubble. But you cannot share "gum" with your friends.
  10. My goodness, so much saying and stuff about 4 specified sims and not about any others that may exist. Midian and Shadowrun turned into porn sims, shut down and inactive, OK...done deal. Insilico is not a porn sim but it has too many bots, OK...not a sim for everyone, TP out and find another. Thinis too laggy for some, others say not, too big in scale and so on, OK...move on if it is not your sim to be in, talk about something else. Maybe something constructive like what would be a sim you like to be in or create instead of criticizing a sim. Easy to criticize as a bystander, can not please everyone, even God gets criticized. Every sim, unless it actually has copyrighted names and places, is unique. However there will always be something in it to remind a person of a game, a movie, or a tv show, to validate in their own mind that it is not original and is a copy of someone else's idea. OK...fine. Now, opinions being taken too personal among the posters. Can we not just get along? If you find a sim you don't like, TP out and go the next one. Want to make suggestion to a sim owner on your opinion of his/her sim, send a notecard or IM.
  11. Is there a house and rooms awaiting for these RP family members? Can you provide more info on the family?
  12. Hi Mira: Sorry to hear about your bad experience in that sim(s). However, ignoring much of the rant and sarcasm said in this thread, it is true what others have said that the owner(s) of the sim can do and say what he/she wants, no matter if its unfair or not. Personally I have encountered several sims which lost its appeal quickly and I moved onto a different one. You could do your own sim, but unless you are looking to shell out real cash just so you can have a sim your way, it is a costly thing to upkeep and not making what has already happened better. Lesson learned, live another day to find better and greener pastures.
  13. I know of a community that also has a high school and elementary school: Willowdale. Do you have your RP family already assembled?
  14. That pic would make a good model for my next avi. Cute but quirky.
  15. Great outfit, Wildcat! However I think the skirt being a bit lower would be more business appropriate for what Amy is looking for in a business woman outfit. I have several business suits that I wear for work, all skirts being at the knee level.
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