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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

The Ostrogoth Noble

"Arosa - Fatpack" from Emo-Tions (840L - We <3 Roleplay Event *November Edition*. Includes Mesh Hair in 2 Sizes, Tiara, L & R Earpieces, Necklace, Black/White, Blonde, Brunette, Pastels and Reds Texture HUDs with 8 Hair Texture Options, Hairbase for Standard Avatars, Hairbase Applier for Catwa, Lelutka and Omega Systems and Alpha Layer. Available in Single Color Packs for 209L)

"Irika - Red" Gown from Una (225L - We <3 Roleplay Event *November Edition*. Includes Mesh Gown for Slink, Slink Hourglass, eBody, Belleza Freya, Belleza Isis in Complete Dress and Dress & Corset Versions and Texture HUD with 7 Corset Texture Options. Available in Red, Pink, Yellow, Blue, Green and Black)

"The Lion - Gold" Shawl from PFC (225L - We <3 Roleplay Event *November Edition*. Includes Mesh Shawl in Gold, Copper, Snow and Coal in Female and Male Versions)

 "Folium Sandals - Gold" from The Forge (299L. Includes Mesh L & R Sandals for SLink Flat Feet. Available in Black, Brown and Gold. Original Ad HERE)

 "Tashania" Headdress, Necklace, Shoulders Piece and Bracers from Aisling (Available at Fantasy Gacha Carnival, Gacha Machine. Commons: Upper Arms Pieces, Bracers and Necklace with Texture HUD with 12 Gem & Pearl Texture Options in Black, Silver or Gold. Rares: Shoulders Piece and Headdress with Texture HUD with 3 Metal Texture Options and 12 Gem & Pearl Texture Options in Black, Silver or Gold. Original Ad HERE)

 "The Citrine Series" Pose Pack from An Lar Poses (225L - We <3 Roleplay Event *November Edition*. Includes 5 Static Poses + 5 Mirror Poses)

Location: Noelia Island

"The Ostrogoths were the eastern branch of the later Goths (the other major branch being the Visigoths). The Ostrogoths traced their origins to the Greutungi – a branch of the Goths who had migrated southward from the Baltic Sea and established a kingdom north of the Black Sea, during the 3rd and 4th centuries. They built an empire stretching from the Black Sea to the Baltic. The Ostrogoths were probably literate in the 3rd century, and their trade with the Romans was highly developed. Their Danubian kingdom reached its zenith under King Ermanaric, who is said to have committed suicide at an old age when the Huns attacked his people and subjugated them in about 370."

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