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The creators of Fox Haven believe everyone should get a fair chance to play their favorite games and socialize without fear of hate, grief, or ridicule. As they are a rather diverse group, Fox Haven understands the old adage of “different strokes for different folks” is a universal truth. They also rent homes and stores, see them in-world for more information or at http://fox-haven.net/forum.View this destination »
Jubei's Ace Place is the home of Jubei and his girl Nehli. They welcome all and allow everyone to set home and rez boxes anywhere on the land. They do not charge, they just like to meet new people. New residents are as welcome as anyone and they are always happy to help people in their Second Life.View this destination »
Gachatopia is the first region built exclusively for gacha. It has grown into the largest gacha community on the grid with year-round trading and events. This 1950's-styled location features original builds, shops and the Trailerpark Gacha Yardsale, running since 2012. Gachatopia is home to events like the Gacha Show, the Arcade Countdown and Tag! Gacha, a HUD-based gacha experience.View this destination »
Gacha Alley is two full sims devoted to gacha goodness. Visitors can explore a huge gacha museum with current and retired gacha in creative and humorous displays, twenty unique boutique shops and many tables filled with gacha items, rarities and more. There is plenty of good shopping to be done, and always someone around to discuss the love of gacha.View this destination »
X-Dynamics is the oldest continuously-operating, fully-functional airport at Blake Sea. The airport is open for all, so feel free to rezz your airplane and fly to any location in Blake Sea.View this destination »
A grim and foreboding monolith, Stack Rock Fort protects the sea lanes of the City State of New Babbage. A converted Palmerston Fort, Stack Rock is based on the real life counterpart in the UK's Solent estuary. A historical archive of the original forts can be found in the gallery at the back. The fort may be a residence, but visitors are more than welcome.View this destination »
Tired trying to find a private place to rez and unpack your shopping bags? Need a home point where to log in or where to have idle moments? Teleport up to the fitting room skyboxes. Here you will find a photo studio, too.View this destination »
Welcome to Dyn'Avenue, a place where you can walk on the streets for shopping or take romantic photographs.View this destination »
Visit this non-profit academic research institution dedicated to the increase and diffusion of knowledge. A particular lack of focus makes its work interesting, according to Professor CC Columbo, curator.View this destination »
The Junk Yard is a great place to hang out, listen to music, explore and chat to friends old and new. If you're looking for an urban-feeling hangout, this is certainly the place for you. So why not pull up a dirty, moldy, broken bench and enjoy the view...View this destination »
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