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Monday, April 9, 2018

Storyteller



"Mandala Eyes" from Cazimi (275L - The Secret Affair Event. Includes Mesh L & R Eyes with 8 Eye Texture Options and Catwa, Lelutka and Omega Appliers. Includes Bindi Eye with Texture HUD)

"Februus Lips" Lipstick from Zibska (250L - The Secret Affair Event. Includes Catwa, Omega and Lelutka Appliers with 15 Lipstick Texture Options)

"Flirt" Hair from Rezology (250L - New Release. Includes Includes Mesh Hair, Alpha Layer, Hairbase, Lusterlight, Shape Template, Texture HUD with 6 Hair Texture Options +  Rainbow Button That Allows you to Change Hair Color to Any Value of The Color Spectrum)

 "Josanna - Rose" Gown from The Muses (295L - We Love Roleplay Event *April Edition*. Includes Mesh Gown for Belleza Freya, SLink Hourglass and Maitreya Lara. Available in 6 Color Options)

"Nimue" Necklace from Bliensen + MaiTai (199L - We Love Roleplay Event *April Edition*. Includes Mesh Necklace with Copy & Mod Permissions)

"The Jupiter Series" Pose Pack from An Lar Poses (100L - We Love Roleplay Event *April Edition*. Includes 5 Static Poses + 5 Mirror Poses)

Location: Baileys Norge


"Storytelling was an integral part of Medieval life. As most people lacked the ability to read and write, history, legends and folklore were passed along from generation to generation through skilled Storytellers.
No special abilities were acquired to hold this position except for a decent memory. However, the more industrious Storytellers also knew how to read so that they could widen their collection of stories. Sadly, a great number of Storytellers often embellished facts and added untrue elements to make their stories more exciting and incredible. While this provided entertainment for their audiences, historical facts often became distorted.
On average, Storytellers did not usually earn wages for their services unless they were hired to perform at social gatherings. A few though did manage to earn modest livings at the craft by entertaining kings and monarchs."
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