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Travel back in time to visit one of the many historical role-playing communities in Second Life.
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The year is 1529, on the cusp of the English Reformation under Henry VIII. Welcome to Pont de Lumière, a.k.a. Lightbridge. Lightbridge is a fictional city in English-controlled France near Calais during Tudor times. Peace is tenuous at best, and alliances shift rapidly. Turbulent times lie ahead, where do you stand? Lightbridge is a realistic historical medieval roleplay sim.View this destination »
Gehenna Crossing is an immersive, emotive roleplay sim set in 1888 Wyoming. Brought to you by the storytellers who had made the legendary Deadwood sim, this build typists to re-live the real life-range wars where ranchers, farmers, railroad interests and townies battled for control in the time of Billy the Kid and Cattle Kate. There's saloons, brothels, ranches, respectable businesses and more.View this destination »
Evocative is a relaxed role-play sim, low on rules and all about imaginative minds. No meters, no dice, no points, no leveling, no applications, no approvals, no dress codes, just come as you are. Everyone's welcome to explore, visit or stay and play. Visit https://evocativelife.wordpress.com/ for more information.View this destination »
The Museum of Magical Arts was created to educate and entertain people in Second Life that may have a passing interest or a full-blown love for the art of magical performance. Here you will discover the rich history of the magical arts through time, and enjoy many exhibits featuring famous illusions, magicians, and other collected entertainment facts. All this and Houdini, too!View this destination »
The Temple of Portunus is an ancient building in Rome dedicated to the god Portunus. Located in the ancient Forum Boarium by the Tiber river, Portunus watched over cattle-barges as they entered the city from Ostia. The temple houses a new small fashion brand to popularize the art and knitwear for men and women. Come see this wonderful recreation of a real life historic site!View this destination »
A truly unique antique store, The Village by MB Antiques sells antiques from the 18th and 19th century in the styles of French rococo, baroque, Italian, Swedish, English and continental. Specializing in paintings, rugs, tapestries, furniture and other objets d'art. Maybe it's time to class up the old domicile?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 »
The USS Woodbine is a full-size model of an Independence-class light aircraft carrier, used by the US Navy during World War II. It's also a great place for flying with a historical bend. Earn your ace, take to the skies!View this destination »
Come to Amazon Celt for role playing in the land of the Amazons! Low fantasy in 100 BC Celtic Gaul setting. Ancient, warlike, violent and untamed, prove your mettle at Amazon Celt!View this destination »
Philomenaville is a small town in middle America during the Progressive/Edwardian era, with shops, a park, a theater, a library, a cafe, and some of the prettiest homes you'll see on the mainland. Explore early 20th Century life in this light-RP-optional community. Philomenaville welcomes you!View this destination »
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