"Gold Sequins" Tattoo from Nanika (Coming Soon - The Secret Affair Event *September Edition*. Includes 3 Gold Sequins Applier for Omega, Body Appliers for SLink, Maitreya and Belleza and Golden Nails Applier for Belleza, Maitreya and Slink)
"Viralia Style 2" Harness from Aisling (263L - We <3 Roleplay Event *September Edition*. Includes Mesh Harness in 3 Sizes for Maitreya, SLink Hourglass and SLink Physique Mesh Bodies. Includes Texture HUD with 10 Texture Options for Chains and 10 Texture Options for Squares. Original Ad HERE)
"Flora Necklace - Ruby" from Kunglers (210L - We <3 Roleplay Event *September Edition*. Includes Mesh Necklace with Resize Scripts. Available in 5 Color Options)
"Liquid Gold" Tub with Poses from The Pose Shop (Coming Soon - The Secret Affair Event *September Edition*. Includes Gold Liquid Tub with 8 Static Poses and Resize Scripts)
"Ground Roses" from Aisling (188L - We <3 Roleplay Event *September Edition*. Includes 2 Ground Petals Shapes and 3 Ground Roses Shapes. Includes 12 Different Color Options. 1 L.I. Copy & Mod. Original Ad
"Mystical Gems" from Aisling (263L - We <3 Roleplay Event *September Edition*. Includes Mesh Cleansing Crystals with 9 Texture Options, Cleansing Gems with 10 Texture Options, Crystal Pouch with 9 Texture Options, Gem Pouch with 10 Texture Options, Big and Small Geode with 9 Texture Options, Ritual Candle in 3 Sizes and 9 Texture Options for Gem and 2 Texture Options for Candle. 1 L.I. Copy and Mod. Original Ad HERE)
"Entity Wall Mount Dark" Statues from Unknown Entity (Available at We <3 Roleplay Event *September Edition*. Includes Mesh Wall Mount, Statue Only and Shroud Versions in Dark and Light. Copy & Mod)
"The most famous King Midas is popularly remembered in Greek mythology for his ability to turn everything he touched into gold. This came to be called the golden touch, or the Midas touch. The Phrygian city Midaeum was presumably named after this Midas, and this is probably also the Midas that according to Pausanias founded Ancyra. According to Aristotle, legend held that Midas died of starvation as a result of his "vain prayer" for the gold touch. The legends told about this Midas and his father Gordias, credited with founding the Phrygian capital city Gordium and tying the Gordian Knot, indicate that they were believed to have lived sometime in the 2nd millennium BC, well before the Trojan War. However, Homer does not mention Midas or Gordias, while instead mentioning two other Phrygian kings, Mygdon and Otreus."