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Careful, unsuspecting traveler: what appears to have once been an idyllic medieval village is now inhabited by a dark force. Midnight Dreams is a huge region with many obscure nooks and ominous dens. The name Midnight Dreams was chosen very purposefully, as a notecard explains: “Midnight... the border between light and darkness... a day ends, and a new one gets born in that magical instance... it's the portal of the dream world…” This gloomy role-playing community is an English-speaking 8xp CSS (the grid-wide Community Combat System, made by Suzanna Soyinka) so those who speak other languages must use a translator. This region is also open to observers intrigued by the macabre, as long as you wear a tag. Upon entering the region, a menu of postcards illustrates the different supernatural beings you can transform into, each with varying strengths and attributes. In addition to vampires, there are demons, lycans, and even cyborgs, among others. Some of these character choices even have subcategories, which speaks to the depth of detail poured into this creation. It would take hours to explore this region thoroughly. Some of the highlights include a cathedral, marked by stained glass and jagged edges in the gothic manner, and a mysterious cocktail lounge bathed in deep red decor. In one remote catacomb, candles provide just enough light to reveal a bloodstained carpet leading to one of the Vampire King’s many thrones. Those bold enough to take a seat must cross a threshold of decaying bones. Trade in the summer heat for a ghostly chill at Midnight Dreams tonight! Midnight Dreams Midnight Dreams is a dark roleplay and optional combat environment focused on Vampires welcoming to all species. Featuring a variety of things to see, including a dark lit asylum, a floating lighthouse, an ancient, rune-scrawled shipwreck, a secret underground dungeon and a beautiful butterfly lake. Also connected to a Medieval Village, if you feel so inclined. Visit in Second Life
***ATTENTION*** Hello, I would like to thank everyone who has visited or have been liking the Facebook page of primrose. We still have a few rentals available spread out on either Scarlett Rose or Camellia. We would also like to promote out residence who have opened a business here within the City of Primrose. Now Hiring: Police Officers | Fire Fighters | Medical Staff | Various other job opportunities. (pay is role-play only, but some jobs qualify for rent discounts) Business teleporting Links: This is what we offer as far as shopping so far, a gun store is being put in for another option. Birdy Bees Books: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondl…/Scarlett%20Rose/…/170/22 Blazing Heart Gestures: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondl…/Scarlett%20Rose/…/164/22 Clothing Store for Toddlers: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondl…/Scarlett%20Rose/…/135/22 City of Primrose Police: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondl…/Scarlett%20Rose/…/143/22 City of Primrose Fire Department: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondl…/Scarlett%20Rose/…/121/22 Scarlett Rose Orphanage and Adoption Center | Any Child, or Teen can have a good place to come and have a home! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Scarlett Rose/39/30/30 TAXI TO THE SIM http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Scarlett Rose/127/131/23 Website https://primrosesl.com/ Rental rates start out at 1.1 and go up to a 1.5 with a free week added if you purchase a week.
So, what is the deal with "human" men being 8-9' tall in RP sims? First off, I just want to say this isn't about avatar height in general. I completely understand that many people in SL are just here to fit in and enjoy themselves and the path of least resistance, for men at least, is to crank up the height slider so they don't look like a midget when going to the clubs, events, etcetera. This isn't even about the people who show up in an RP sim in swimming trunks or clubber clothes and start asking the nearest elf or priestess, "So, what brings you here, sexy?" And I'm definitely not talking about non-human characters, my own minotaur avatar is 7'4". I'm talking about the people who dress up and actually RP as normal, human characters. More specifically I'm talking about RP sims that actually take the effort to encourage proper scale, like Doomed Ship, Minotaur Empire, Amazon Rainforest, Revenland and others. It just seems to me that if you're role-playing a character in a sim that has gone out of its way to encourage a uniform sense of scale, but go ahead and make your "six foot" character 8' tall anyway it makes about as much sense as wearing a blonde hairpiece and insisting your character is a redhead, or wearing medieval plate armour and calling yourself a Roman gladiator. I mean, I get that SL has always had strange scale issues, but these days if you're using Firestorm or most other TPV you can see your avatar's height right in the appearance editor and most women, even those who don't go to RP sims, seem to have shrunk to more typical human sizes. Yet most men I see in these sims tend to be around 8' tall and still get oddly bent out of shape if you RP back as if they were as tall as they are. Even if they refer to you as "little one" when you're 2-3 feet taller than their character supposedly is. Again, the women I see in these sims tend to be human sized, and I see more women avatars in these sims than men. There's exceptions of course (this is SL), but on the whole most woman you run into in places like these are likely going to be around 5'7". Men though? It's incredibly rare to see a man avatar that is under 7' tall. Rarer still to see one under 6'6". In the past week alone I've seen three different avatars that had to be 8' or taller, with RP profiles describing their characters as being about 6' tall. And these are people who otherwise seem to be putting effort into their appearance, with appropriate outfits, backstories, etcetera. So what is it that is stopping men from scaling down their avatars to be the size of their characters in these RP sims and others like them?