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Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Libertas



"Last Smoke" Hair from Spellbound (75L, Gacha Machine)

"Fast Deer - Black, Torso" from Nanika (199L. Includes Standard Tattoo Layer and Tattoo Appliers for Belleza, Maitreya, SLink and Omega Mesh Bodies. Available in Black, White and Henna)

"Viralia" Chestlace from Aisling (Available at Mesh Body Addicts Fair Event. Includes Chestlace for Maitreya, Slink Hourglass and Slink Physique Mesh Bodies and Texture HUD with 9 Metal Texture Options for Squares and 9 Metal Texture Options for Chains. Original Ad HERE)

"Dominant Fur Collar" from Noble Creations (249L - We <3 Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Collar in 3 Sizes)

"Banshee Boots & Garters" from The Forge (60L Per Play - Gacha Garden Event, Gacha Machine. Commons: Banshee Boots in Yellow, Pink, Brown, Blue, Red, Green, Teal or Purple. Rares: Black, Pink Leo or Leopard. Original Ad HERE)

"Bruiser Set" Hammer from The Forge (600L. Includes Bruiser - novo2.03, Bruiser Sheath, Bruiser Skull Mask, Novo2 HUD, Unarmed Fist Fighter and Trigger Gestures. Includes Switchable 40% and 35% Damage GM Versions. Original Ad HERE)

"Libertas (The Kajirae Series)" Pose Pack from Imaginarium Poses (100L. Includes Pose Pack with 3 Static Poses + 3 Mirrors. Original Ad HERE)

Location: Falcon Cliff


"Libertas, in Roman religion, female personification of liberty and personal freedom. Libertas was given a temple on the Aventine Hill about 238 bc. After the statesman and orator Cicero’s exile (58 bc), his political opponent the tribune Publius Clodius Pulcher built a small shrine to Libertas on the site of Cicero’s house on the Palatine Hill; by consecrating the property to a goddess, Clodius was rendering it uninhabitable. When Cicero returned to Rome two years later, he argued before the Senate that the consecration was invalid. He eventually regained possession of the property and was permitted to dismantle the shrine. The Senate voted to build a temple to Libertas in honour of Julius Caesar in 46 bc, but it was not built. A statue of Libertas was set up in the Forum. Libertas is usually portrayed as a matron with a laurel wreath or a pileus (a conical felt cap given to freed slaves, hence the symbol of liberty)."
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