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  1. It's not so much a vampire sim as it is World of Darkness fan sim. The World of Darkness is basically a series of games allowing you to play vampires, werewolves, wraiths (ghosts), demons, and others. The animal vampires were written into the game because waaaaay back in human history people believed that vampires and werewolves were the same thing. Basically what I meant was that in this sim the creators don't care about the other stuff so they are forcing people to be vampires and limiting the werewolves. It betrays the entire notion of setting up a fandom sim for people to enjoy when it
  2. Hey all, avid role player here. I've noticed a huge trend in Second Life regarding roleplay communities. That trend is that most communities with a specific genre in focus have a terrible habit of forbidding almost everything that defines that genre/focus/demographic. One of the most prosperous places would be InSilico, which is a cyberpunk city and roleplay center. The problem is that it refuses to allow the vast majority of what makes something fit into that genre. InSilico is effectively a stock futuristic looking city that could be mistaken for something from Star Wars if you didn't know a
  3. I just recently purchased an avatar through the marketplace. It has nice and detailed descriptions and tons of positive reviews. The screenshots of the avatar look amazing, but it costs more than twice the normal avatar does (2000 linden as opposed to the usual aproximate 800, give or take a few hundred). Normally that'd be a violation due to price inflation, but I decided to shrug it off this time. There was one bad review, but I figured that this guy must have been that one dude who complains about everything considering the other 3 pages of 4 and 5 star reviews, so I went and spent the mone
  4. Nope, it's something I bought off of the marketplace. All my mesh stuff came from there, and they are all causing this glitch. It kinda sucks, especially because it only started recently. My only guess is that it has somthing to do with the most recent patch.
  5. Greetings fellow peoples of SL. I've been using mesh clothing parts for a while now, and I've never had any troubles. But earlier today I put on a mesh "jacket" for my sergal avatar and I noticed instantly that the hands beneath the paw attachments had done a five finger spread. I spent hours figuring out what was going on, but eventually, after wearing two other entirely unrelated mesh tops, that it's the tops which are breaking the hand posing. And it's not just temporary either; the hands will not correct themselves until after I go through the character test reset thingy. To el
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