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This week’s “Second Life Destinations” video travels back in time to 1888 for a visit to Crossroads, a popular combat-based role-playing community in Second Life. Set in the fictional town of McCoy, Kansas during the civil war period, you’ll embark in a Western Victorian and Wild West Para RPG filled with suspense, natives, tribes, gangs, horse trails, and more! Once you arrive, you’ll find several resources and shops that will help you get in character -- and don’t forget to pick up the WWM Wild West Meter from P3 Gaming (available near the landing point). You’ll also want to pick up the latest edition of the Shenadoah Times, a free local paper that is filled with the latest community gossip, job opportunities, recipes, and even a horoscope! As one of the longest-running RPG communities in SL, Crossroads is filled with an active community worth exploring. Once you are properly dressed and in character, you’ll want to visit the many era-appropriate attractions here, including the local town square, bar, mine, and railroad. Crossroads 1880s Crossroads 1880s is a combat-based role-playing community. Set during the civil war period, it is a Western Victorian and Wild West Para RPG with suspense, natives, tribes, gangs, horse trails, and more! Visit in Second Life CREDITS: Video Production: Draxtor Despres
I have just made my mind to start a 1950's inspired family roleplay. In this scenario, I would be the very polite, discretely seductive and very heart warming wife, of course...just need to find a person willing to RP as my husband now :)))) I don't expect this to be a 24/7 roleplay or anything like that because I too am not online that often but, honestly, it would be already good to RP a bit on the weekends or even in the afternoons of the work days. I live in Portugal by the way. Oh, I almost forgot, the nationality of this supposed 1950's nuclear family is yet to be debated about...yes, the most common usually is the american family when speaking of the nuclear family but, let's say, im an unusual kind of gal ^ ^ Hope my "husband" to be, agrees on having a 1950's inspired french family hahahaha Au revoir!