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  1. Gopi Passiflora

    Is there any merit to calling Second Life a "game"?

    Well, Skell is right. I just wanted a discussion...and I may have not worded the original post as I intended....
  2. Gopi Passiflora

    Is there any merit to calling Second Life a "game"?

    Yeah, I agree @Ceka Cianci. Quite the experience, Second Life is.
  3. I know most of you guys don't like it when Second Life is called a "game", but do you think there is any merit for this virtual world to be called such?
  4. I admit I do, but mainly as a passing remark about how unique their avatar is. Example: I see a Dinkie Cat avi. I say, "Kitty!" in local chat/voice. And then hopefully a conversation will strike because of my remark. But that's all. I mostly treat non-human avis the same as human ones (unless they are vicious, of course....😉) In all seriousness, I do notice that non-humans seem to be friendlier than human avatars. But that's just me.
  5. Gopi Passiflora

    Is there virtue in being a Second Life troll?

    Thanks for the replies everyone. Just posting to say I skimmed through most of them and have not abandoned this topic at all. But I guess all the trolling I do in those Safe Hubs is all for my self-gratification. I guess I am being selfish....
  6. I know, trolls are bad people and all, but I admit that I can be one as well (especially in the Zindra Safe Hubs.) But I only troll to fight other trolls and jerks. I try not to troll innocent people. The question I ask is that if anything good could come from trolling.
  7. I'm don't really use anthro avis that much yet, but humans, ferals (avis which resemble real-life animals more than anthros), aliens, tinies, and a bunch of odds and ends. Anyway, my female human avis get the most attention from other users (they are the group that get way more IMs than the rest), then all my non-human avis come next (many people like to poke good fun at them, which is a good thing). My male human avis are often ignored so when I'm in a social place as them I'm the one starting the conversations instead.
  8. When people play video games or explore virtual worlds, they often talk about the feeling of immersion. I suppose what it means is how much they feel they are actually in the virtual world itself. I think Second Life has pretty great immersion. It's hard to describe, but when you log into Second Life it feels like you are your avatar and you are actually living his/her/its life.
  9. Gopi Passiflora

    Do you think the classic system avatars look like adults?

    Nah. I was sure to not make my computer remember any password.
  10. Gopi Passiflora

    Do you think the classic system avatars look like adults?

    I heard people saying that system avis look very young. Once I learned that the Geek Squad people look for porn on people's computer, I got worried because I forgot to delete some pictures of my avi engaged in sex with a mesh adult.
  11. Gopi Passiflora

    Do you think the classic system avatars look like adults?

    Whew...that's a relief. Thanks, Cindy.
  12. Gopi Passiflora

    Do you think the classic system avatars look like adults?

    I didn't intend for her to look like a achild, though. I will post a picture of what she looked like when I did the deed.
  13. Gopi Passiflora

    Do you think the classic system avatars look like adults?

    Discussion primarily, but yes I'm also scared...I forgot I had pictures of one of my Second Life avis engaged in sex acts stored in my computer....
  14. I'm just curious what you think. And I hope they do look like adults to people.... I'm asking because I have my computer being repaired by Geek Squad right now and I forgot to delete my Second Life pictures, some of which involve...things with "system" avi bodies....
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