You know why I love the new Burley hair so much? Vikings. I’ve got that blood running through my veins somewhere deep in my ancestry and I’m so glad, but Viking men and women had badass hairstyles! This one’s a mainstore release, so head on over and snatch it up!
“A book has got smell. A new book smells great. An old book smells even better. An old book smells like ancient Egypt.” ~Ray Bradbury
So Burley has been releasing really amazing male hairs recently and I couldn’t be happier to suit up Lithium to show them off. This one is at The Men’s Department and it really just captures the Brit’s personality. Pick the color pack you like or get the fatpack to have ’em all. You can’t go wrong either way!
Now let’s talk about this bookstore from Naberius at 6 Republic… You are going to be seeing this a lot in blogs for a bit. It’s massive! I cannot do it justice in just one post. The detail is what we’ve come to expect from CerberusXing and ContraptioN, and I hope I capture that beauty every time I use it. Let me repeat: this is not just a backdrop. It is a full-on building, two stories, with books wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling. I cannot wait to show you more of just how good this is!
Convergence: The Lost Planet is a sci-fi dark fantasy roleplay sim set on the planet Juniper, a life-bearing planet upon which a space station housing the last inhabitants of Earth landed when it ran out of gas. To travel between the levels of the space station and the surface of the planet, portals are used and those portals also allow transport to places beyond imagination. Want to see? Then come with me…
Sometimes it’s really difficult to be an old soul in such a futuristic environment. Lithium was born in the late 1940s and was made a vampire in the 70s. And while he advanced technologically with the years, there was a growing period that allowed the Sekhmeti to gradually acclimate. Not so when he arrived on Juniper. Crash course in advanced technology and Lithium simply doesn’t like it. He still doesn’t use his multitool, refuses to get a data jack in his neck and only uses his cell phone as far as technology is concerned. Still, the Brit doesn’t feel uncomfortable on the Wah-Sut, the spaceship he calls home, but that’s because he’s surrounded by family.