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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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Travel back in time to experience an ancient Grecian empire. Participate in tournaments and raids in this historical role-play community.View this destination »
County of Coventry is a historically-based medieval RP sim set in the early 1420's of England. Participate in the daily life of the middle ages and join in with the martial activities of a similarly-themed neighboring sim. The Joust, music, and comaraderie are all features of this friendly and welcoming community.View this destination »
Retreat to the peaceful shores of old-world Rome and Greece in this tranquil sim representing the days of yesteryear. But don't get too comfortable — combat and warfare are also a big part of this role-play space. Modeled closely after history and legend, you'll discover an ancient world of your own.View this destination »
Cripple Creek is a historical wild-west role play set in post-Civil War Colorado. Explore this rugged land and discover the pioneer spirit as you attempt to tame the savage frontier dealing with outlaws, harsh winters, and wild animals along the way.View this destination »
Combat Samurai Island is a combat sim that thrusts Residents back to feudal Japan where noble samurai waged war for the glory of their daimyo. Swear allegiance to a clan and then step into the arena and test your mastery of the sword against other skilled warriors.View this destination »
With its hoodoo stalls, speakeasy jazz joints, Creole kitchens, and period architecture, New Toulouse has a look and feel loosely based on the city of New Orleans and its surrounding swamps and bayous at the turn of the 20th century.View this destination »
Little Meji is a C:SI combat area set in mid-19th century Japan, a few years before the Meiji Restoration.View this destination »
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