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Friday, February 3, 2017

Vamp It

"Whisp - Sunlight" Eyes from Cubic Cherry (Coming Soon - We <3 Roleplay Event *February Edition*. Includes Applier for Catwa Eyes, Mesh L & R Eyes and System Eyes and Alpha Layer. Available in Choko, Fog, Grass, Passion, River, Sage, Sea, Shadows, Sky, Sunlight, Warmth and Wisdom)

"The Beth Hair - Greyscale" from Olive (Free - Lucky Letter Prize)

Bloody Lips Makeup for Catwa and Omega Mesh Heads from Anxiety (99L)

Gloves from Avanti (199L. Includes Body Appliers for Belleza, Maitreya and SLink)

Catwa Vampire Teeth from Catwa (110L)

"Megan - Berry" Dress from On A Lark (250L. Includes Mesh Dress in 2 Versions for Maitreya, Belleza Venus, Freya and Isis, Hourglass, Physique, TMP, 5 Standard Sizes and Alpha Layer. Available in Black, Chocolate, Camel, Sand, Salmon, Fern, Sunshine, Snow, Berry, Red, Rose, Blush, Eggplant, Steel, Sky and Aqua. Original Ad HERE)

"Bethany Boots - Black" from The Forge (65L Per Play - Gacha Garden Event, Gacha Machine. Commons: Boots or Shorts in Black, Red, Purple, Pink, Blue, White or Mint. Rares: Bustier with Texture HUD with 7 Texture Options. Original Ad HERE)

"Sensia - Harness" from Aisling (450L - Fetish Fair 2017 Event. Includes Fitted Harness and Pasties for Maitreya and SLink Hourglass and Physique Mesh Bodies and Texture HUD with 6 Metal Texture Options, 21 Harness Texture Options and 21 Pasties Texture Options)

Location: Innsmouth

"A vampire is a being from folklore who subsists by feeding on the life essence (generally in the form of blood) of the living. In European folklore, vampires were undead beings that often visited loved ones and caused mischief or deaths in the neighbourhoods they inhabited when they were alive. They wore shrouds and were often described as bloated and of ruddy or dark countenance, markedly different from today's gaunt, pale vampire which dates from the early 19th century. Although vampiric entities have been recorded in most cultures, the term vampire was not popularized in the West until the early 18th century."

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