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Friday, July 13, 2018

Sphinx



"Drew Tone 03 Skin Applier - Catwa Bento Head" from YS&YS (200L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Texture HUD 12 Skin Applier Options with Different Brows and Makeup, 5 Lipstick Texture Options, 5 Eyeshadow Texture Options for Catwa Heads and Omega Body Applier. Also Includes Shapes for Catya, Khaty, Koura, Margeaux and Eyebrow Shaper. Available in 5 Skin Pack Options)

"Dragon Eyes - Fire" from Anatomy (69L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes L & R Mesh Eyes and Omega Applier. Available in Albino, Arcane, Fel, Fire, Ice, Stone and Void)

"Emma - Naturals" Hair from DOUX (350L)

 "Anubis Pet" Harness and Leg Chains from Cellar Door (200L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Harness and Chains for Maitreya, Freya, Isis, Hourglass, Venus Natural, and SLink, and Texture HUD with 5 Metal Texture Options)

"Anubis Pet" Skirt from Cellar Door (125L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Skirt Wrap for Maitreya, Freya, Isis, Hourglass, Venus Natural, and SLink. Available in 6 Color Options)

"Maurine" Cuffs from Wicca's Wardrobe (299L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Cuffs for Maitreya and SLink and Texture HUD with 10 Texture Options for Band, Ruffles, Leather, Gems and 6 Metal Texture Options)

 "Feathered Wings" from BentBox (900L - We Love Roleplay Event *July Edition*. Includes Mesh Bento Wings in 5 Sizes, Wing AO with Several Animations, 10 Wing Texture Options, and More Options, and Wing Applier Kit)

 Location: Xtal Garden


"In Greek mythology, a sphinx is represented as a monster with a head of a woman, the body of a lioness, the wings of an eagle, and a serpent-headed tail.
The word sphinx comes from the Greek Σφίγξ, apparently from the verb σφίγγω (sphíngō), meaning "to squeeze", "to tighten up". This name may be derived from the fact that the hunters for a pride of lions are the lionesses, and kill their prey by strangulation, biting the throat of prey and holding them down until they die. However, the historian Susan Wise Bauer suggests that the word "sphinx" was instead a Greek corruption of the Egyptian name "shesepankh", which meant "living image", and referred rather to the statue of the sphinx, which was carved out of "living rock" (rock that was present at the construction site, not harvested and brought from another location), than to the beast itself."
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